You can install Acronis Disk Director on a Windows system that runs on dynamic volumes or GPT disks, but you will not be able to manage them

Internal disks and locally attached USB drives with NTFS file system are supported

Details of dynamic and GPT disks support in Acronis Snap Deploy 4

Table of Windows Editions and dynamic disk types they support

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.

Conversion of both basic to dynamic and dynamic to basic is performed without data loss.

Conversion of a dynamic system disk to basic will require a reboot.

Acronis True Image Server for Windows, Acronis True Image Workstation and Acronis True Image Enterprise Server support Windows dynamic disks

Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud and Acronis Cyber Protect 15 support backing up LDM volumes on all supported operating systems.

Consider the limitations described below when using Acronis Cyber Protect products on machines with LDM volumes such as Windows dynamic disks or Linux LVM.

For Agent-based backup via Agent for Windows/Linux or bootable media: