Restore of a mailbox or folder errors out due to insufficient free space even though there is enough free space on the server hard disks
To troubleshoot the issue, it is necessary to collect Acronis Recovery for Microsoft Exchange logs, Windows Event Logs, Windows System Information and export the restored E-mails in .eml format
To save to and restore from shared folders, you need to make sure that special permissions are set
Acronis True Image 9.1 Server for Windows offers you point-in-time backup startegy. You can create a backup of your live server while it is running. You can restore a backup even if the server has crashed and is unbootable.
Acronis True Image 9.1 Server for Linux offers you point-in-time backup strategy. It has easy-to-use interface and lets you create backups of live servers while running.
Acronis True Image 9.1 Workstation offers you point-in-time backup strategy. You can create and manage backups of remote machines from one location.
Acronis True Image 9.1 Enterprise Server offers point-in-time backup strategy. It lets you create and manage backups on remote machines from one single location. It works both with Windows and Linux operating systems.
Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 accesses Acronis Secure Zone in exclusive mode. Only one operation at a time is possible with an archive in Acronis Secure Zone
Add the NETWORK SERVICE user to the %temp% folder with Full control permissions to solve the issue
There is no Active Restore feature in Acronis True Image Home 2010
Switch from full to simple recovery model to resolve the issue
This is not supported
You can recover separate mailboxes or E-Mails from a backup archive of an Information Store, but the process can be time-consuming
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
Remote validation of a backup in a deduplicating vault as part of recovery is not supported
Make the system shut down or log off automatically using pre/post commands
Click the "Refresh" button twice to make the archive on tape show in the wizard
Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 for Linux displays Windows partition letters instead of the proper Linux device names
You can recover files or folders of the partition protected with Acronis Nonstop Backup
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As a workaround, select "Volumes" to restore
There is no option to recover from Acronis Nonstop Backup if you boot from Acronis Bootable Media. This has been fixed
This prompt can be safely skipped
Restoring system partition requires the system to reboot before restoration starts
Click "Refresh" to re-index the archive and have it detected correctly
Acronis True Image Home analyzes partitions for too long at application startup in Windows Vista. This most probable cause is that there is a considerable amount of shadow copies for the partitions
The Nonstop backup storage is unavailable
Citrix systems have a peculiar drive letter assignment. This article gives description of how to deal with this peculiarity.
Restoring an archive residing on a shared network folder