Acronis Software is not always able to detect storage hardware correctly in the backup source selection or Disk Management components. This is often caused by a conflict with hardware, its drivers or third-party software. There is a huge number of possible storage configurations, and we cannot test every single one beforehand.
This issue can also be caused by an incorrect or unfinished installation of the product.
You create or edit a protection plan for a Windows machine and enable Cyber Protection features (such as Active Protection, Vulnerability Assessment sections etc.). The plan cannot be saved after making these changes. You don't see any error in the web interface.
AcronisInfo is a utility that automatically gathers User Rights Assignment list, Windows Event Log, Msinfo32, Acronis registry keys, Acronis logs, Acronis Scheduler report, Acronis Disks Report and list of user’s Active Directory groups
Clone an active Windows system directly to a new drive without stopping your system and restarting Windows. This can be easily done with Acronis True Image and its Active Cloning feature.
The term "Active Cloning" refers to a disk cloning operation that does not require you to reboot the computer to complete the operation. Please note that in some cases Acronis True Image will still ask for a reboot, disk will be cloned offline, and then the computer will reboot back into Windows.
In some cases, after installing Acronis Cyber Backup 12.5/Acronis Cyber Protect 15 you need to change the machine's name or IP address or to join this machine to a domain. Both these operations do not bear risks and are not expected to interfere with product functionality.
For Acronis Cyber Backup 12.5, it is recommended to update to build 16327 or later before joining the domain.