Acronis Backup & Recovery Agent for Hyper-V installs on Windows 2008 Server x64 (any edition) or Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008. All virtual machines can then be managed from Acronis Management Console connected to the installed Acronis Agent

Xen-Based virtual machines (including Virtual Iron) do not boot from Acronis Bootable Media

Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 Management Server provides an easy way to deploy Agent for ESX/ESXi to every VMware ESX or ESXi server whose virtual machines you want to back up

As a workaround, change the guest operating system settings manually to Windows Server 2008 R2

An attempt to issue any command with TrueImageCmd will error out

This is an internal service warning that can be safely ignored

Step-by-step instructions on how to convert a backup archive (.tib) to a virtual machine

Acronis Agent for ESX/ESXi is delivered as a virtual appliance

When excluding folders in virtual appliance you need to use forward slash "/" and provide a closing slash at the end of the path

Acronis productd can back up and restore physical nodes

Acronis Agent for Hyper-V is unable to back up virtual machines (or virtual drives) if the virtual drives storage is allocated on a CSV organized under Windows 2008 R2 environment

As a workaround, disable the VSS support in Acronis True Image Echo

Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 Advanced Server Virtual Edition supports Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware ESX/ESXi on the host level

List of Acronis Backup & Recovery Editions and a comparison table of components

Description of how to create a virtual machine from a backup archive of a Linux system

If Acronis Bootable Media of Acronis vmProtect 6 does not detect your physical machine's RAID disks, it will corrupt the RAID

Add an ESX host, then back up the machines or dynamic groups

Acronis Bootable Media of Acronis vmProtect 7 is used for P2V migration