Protect your files, folders and applications with a flexible image backup that can be used for both data restores and disaster recoveries.
Backups made easy
System Protection's backup wizard presents you with the drives and the VSS applications on your system, making it easier to select what you want to backup.
- VSS applications are presented as color-coded folders so you can easily identify them.
- To make a bare-metal backup, select Backup up the Entire system and the required critical volume data will be included automatically.
- System Protection backups support many destinations including external disks, RDX drives, local hard drives, network locations (such as NAS devices) and iSCSI targets.
- System Protection backups use a wide range of schedules tailored to the backup destination you selected. Use them to manage both daily and archival backups.
- Your backup job uses customized email reports for backups and restores using a simple, managed recipient lists.
Many restore options
Having a System Protection backup provides the greatest flexibility because this technology supports all of the following restore tools.
- Restore Console: restore files, folders and applications such as Exchange, SQL and SharePoint servers, full Hyper-V guests and data from inside of Hyper-V hosts.
- Hyper-V Granular Restore Console: use this Add-on to restore data from inside Hyper-V guests. Only System Protection image backups can use this powerful tool.
- Exchange Granular Restore: use this Add-on to restore individual mail items from your Exchange VSS backups.
It is critical that your systems are quickly returned to a functioning state after a system outage. This requires a bootable media to start your computer and a System Protection backup to recover your system.
By selecting Backup up the Entire system during the creation of your backup job, your backup will include the files needed for a bare-metal recovery.
Data containers overcome the following limitations in imaging technology:
- Inability to maintain multiple restore points on RDX and network locations
- Lost functionality when used with other media
- Prevent individual file restores on RDX drives
Restore points for RDX and network destinations
Data Containers maintain backup histories on RDX, NAS and network devices creating multiple restore points on these destinations.
Portability and flexibility
Data containers allow you to transfer image backups between different media and restore from any backup by maintaining historical information.
(File Protection and File Archiving also included in this license.)
- Supported Microsoft Operation Systems*
Windows Server 2012/R2;
Windows Server 2008/R2;
Windows SBS (2011, 2008);
Windows 8 (Professional or Ultimate);
Windows 7 (Professional or Ultimate);
Windows Vista (Business or Ultimate)
*Windows Server 2012/R2 & 2008/R2 support is for the full family of operating systems including Server Core and Hyper-V server.
Block level backup of volumes to disk based devices (HDD, REV, NAS)
- Supported VSS Applications^
Exchange Server (2013, 2010, 2007);
SQL Server (2012, 2008, 2005);
Hyper-V on Windows Server 2012/R2 and 2008/R2, including Server Core and Hyper-V Server;
Hyper-V on Windows Server 2008R1;
^ All Microsoft VSS aware applications are supported. Server 2012R2 Hyper-V support is for non-CSV environments.
- Supported Destinations
Local Hard Drive
Network Location (NAS)
System Protection Whitepaper
Recover Tab and RecoverAssist Whitepaper
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