Why it is insufficient to simply delete data and what wiping algorithms Acronis Drive Cleanser 6.0 uses

Backup of files or folders may hang in Linux

Copy the image chunks from CD or DVD discs to a local or external hard disk, or to a network share, and restore the files

There are no logs for the recovery operation from online backup storage

Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 for Linux displays Windows partition letters instead of the proper Linux device names

A backup archive that contains no partition, but only has files and folders, cannot be mounted

Moves/renames files

Concatenates file(s) and prints them to stdout

Copies files and directories

Removes (unlinks) file(s)

You can select the Files and folders option of the Acronis True Image Backup Wizard to create an image of data stored on a USB flash drive

List of file systems supported by Acronis Disk Director 11 Home

By default, Acronis True Image sets the current date and time for the restored files. You need to change an option in additional settings to preserve the original date and time

When restoring files or folders from a disk or partition backup with the "Set current date and time for restored files" option unchecked, Acronis True Image sets the current date to some of the restored folders

Restoring specific files and folders from a disk backup

You can export the computer names and the Acronis Agent build numbers into a text file using a script

Virtual Appliance does not support restore of files from a disk backup. If you need to restore files from a disk backup, please use Acronis Agent

Acronis True Image backs up the whole hard disk drives or partitions, but errors out on file backup when there is a massive amount of files

Edit the Windows registry to allocate more memory to the recovery process

Splitting large files into smaller chunks

This is a Synology DiskStation Manager 3.0 issue