This article describes the circumstances under which Acronis Active Restore does not work.
This is a known issue
Currently the Initial Seeding and Large Scale Recovery options are available in:
US2 (Boston) and US1 (St.Louis) datacenters
Acronis Snap Deploy started supporting disks with GUID partition tables (GPT) and dynamic disks in version 4.
Acronis Snap Deploy 5 supports GUID Partition Table (GPT) partitioning scheme. Dynamic volumes (in Windows) can be deployed as basic volumes only.
Acronis Snap Deploy 4 supports GUID Partition Table (GPT) partitioning scheme. Dynamic disks currently are not supported for imaging and deployment. Detailed information here.
Acronis Disk Director 10 and Acronis Disk Director 11 support RAID arrays. You can perform all available operations with partitions located on RAID volumes without any special precautions.
Acronis Disk Director 10.0 does not support Windows LDM (dynamic disks). See also Acronis Disk Director 10.0 Does Not Support Dynamic Disks or Disks with GUID Partition Tables (GPT).
Acronis Disk Director 11 Advanced Workstation supports the following operating systems:
- Windows XP Professional (32/64 bit)
- Windows Vista Business (32/64 bit)
- Windows Vista Enterprise (32/64 bit)
- Windows Vista Ultimate (32/64 bit)
- Windows 7 Professional (32/64 bit)
- Windows 7 Enterprise (32/64 bit)
- Windows 7 Ultimate (32/64 bit)
(!) The following operating systems are not supported:
List of supported environments. Free ESXi is not supported
NFS, SMB, FTP, SFTP are supported
Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari are supported
As a workaround, you can use Acronis Bootable Media
Acronis PXE Server support for UEFI machines is planned for future
Maximum partition/volume size supported by Acronis software
Acronis Backup & Recovery and Acronis True Image Home support Blu-ray Discs
List of operating systems Acronis Backup & Recovery 11 components support
Only older versions of Acronis products support VIA C3 processors
List of supported virtualization platforms
List of file systems supported by Acronis Backup & Recovery 11
Acronis Backup & Recovery 11 supports USB tape drives in Build 17437
Limitations on dynamic and GPT disks support
This article applies to:
- Acronis True Image 2015
- Acronis True Image 2014
- True Image 2013 by Acronis
- Acronis True Image Home 2012
- Acronis True Image Home 2011
- Acronis True Image Home 2010
- Acronis True Image Home 2010 Online Backup (Standalone)
Acronis True Image 2015/2014
Acronis Cloud supports backup from the following sources:
Acronis True Image 2014 supports GPT disks and UEFI
Microsoft Outlook, Windows Mail and Windows Live are supported
Acronis Migrate Easy supports all versions of Windows starting from Windows 98 SE, including Windows Vista, except for Windows 7
Comment déposer les données sur le serveur FTP Acronis
Comment recevoir des licences de mise à niveau pour Acronis Backup pendant votre période d'abonnement
You can submit a comment under "My Support Requests" that will be recorded directly in your case
Acronis Disk Director 11 Advanced Server supports the following operating systems:
To fix the issue update to the latest build of Acronis Backup
Acronis accepts hard disk drives of the following interface types:
The file system on the drive must be FAT32 or NTFS
(!) Please make sure you include all cables required to connect your drive to computer and power. Drives without cables and drives without standard power plugs (US or European) will not be processed. Make sure to ship a PSU if external power is required.
(!) SCSI, ATA, IDE and Ethernet drives are not accepted.
MS SQL Server support. Basic support of Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012