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StorageCraft Recovery Environment Bootable-CD 4.0.1

Posted By : JangGun | Date : 30 Jul 2010 06:00:03 | Comments : 0 |
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StorageCraft Recovery Environment Bootable-CD 4.0.1 | 415.67MB

StorageCraft Recovery Environment provides quick and reliable disaster recovery, system migration and data protection for Windows desktops and laptops. ShadowProtect Desktop Edition 3 provides hardware independent restore for physical to physical system (P2P) recovery. ShadowProtect Desktop 3 also supports conversion from physical systems to virtual environments (P2V), virtual environments to physical systems (V2P) and virtual environments to virtual environments (V2V).

StorageCraft Recovery Environment is very complementary to VMWare™ Workstation and Microsoft™ Virtual PC for quick and reliable disaster recovery. VMWare Workstation 6.0 includes full support for ShadowProtect backup image files for simple conversion from physical systems to virtual environments.

StorageCraft Recovery Environment provides the following benefits:
- Supports Windows 2000, XP and Vista.
- Bare metal recovery of Windows desktops and laptops in minutes.
- Restore or migrate backup images to and from physical systems and virtual
- environments (P2V, V2P and V2V).
- Hardware independent restore of backup images to different systems (P2P).
- Schedule automatic full and incremental backups.
- Bootable recovery CD provides automatic hardware detection and network support.
- Simple view to quickly recover files and folders or update backup images.
- Compress and encrypt backup images for efficiency and security.
- Save backup images to USB, Firewire, NAS, SAN or any network location.

Save backups to any location:
- ShadowProtect backup can be saved to USB, FireWire, an attached storage device or network location.

Schedule automatic backups
- ShadowProtect provides an easy to use scheduler so that point-in-time backups can be taken automatically
while you work. Schedule full or incremental backups of your system and data.

Save backups to any location
- ShadowProtect backup can be saved to USB, FireWire, an attached storage device or network location.

View backup files for quick file and folder recovery
- ShadowProtect point-in-time backups can be assigned a drive letter as a read-write or read-only volume.
- The mounting features of ShadowProtect allow you to restore files and folders or update an existing
point-in-time backup.

Perform remote or bare metal system recovery
- The ShadowProtect Recovery CD allows you to perform a bare metal system restore in minutes. The Recovery
CD features allow you to remotely recover your system and data without physically visiting the system.

Boot CD does it all:
- The ShadowProtect Boot CD is self-contained so it's not even necessary to install ShadowProtect. It boots either VistaPE or WinPE (your choice) and does everything from backups to bare-metal system restores!

ShadowProtect version 4.0.1 (July 27, 2010)

Changelog :

Features/Enhancements

· The Restore Wizard in the Recovery Environment has been enhanced to reduce confusion.
· Several enhancements have been made to VirtualBoot. VirtualBoot now supports x86/x64 VirtualBox versions 3.1.0 - 3.2.6. VirtualBoot will now prompt for an automated update of more compatible VirtualBoot plugin files (VBoxHDDXSP.dll, SBImageAPI.dll, and SBImageAPI.dll.conf) in cases where an older, or incompatible, plugin is found installed in the VirtualBox directory. Such incompatibilities can occur when users upgrade from one supported version of VirtualBox to a newer supported version of VirtualBox (which perhaps requires a different version of these plugin files). VirtualBoot now creates VMs which use VirtualBox-native .VDI files (written by VirtualBox itself) to store the VM's disk writes, rather than .SPWB files (which were not crash proof). These .VDI files are much more crash resistant, and hence this reduces or eliminates situations where the VirtualBoot-created VM is unbootable after situations where the host has crashed or the VirtualBoot processes (VirtualBox.exe or VBoxSVC.exe) have crashed. It is still recommended that users, who are using VirtualBoot for failover scenarios, continue incremental backups within the VM in order to protect any new data. Also, now that VirtualBoot uses .VDI files to store the VM's disk writes, you will notice that when you power off the VM, VirtualBox gives you the option to "Restore current snapshot to 'VirtualBoot'." YOU SHOULD *NOT* CHECK THIS BOX! Checking this box will cause the VM to discard all writes made within the VM since its creation. If you do intend to revert the VM back to its creation state, then it's okay to check this box.
· The product help links now refer to online help. For those who wish to have local help, it is still available, and is found on the Recovery Environment CD.

Issues Resolved

· Resolved a rare crash of the ShadowProtect interface/GUI (ShadowProtect.exe) on startup
· Resolved an issue with the calculated time remining value in the Legacy Recovery Environment
· Fixed the search functionality within the ShadowProtect help
· Fixed an issue where the ShadowProtect backup job email notification showed the same time for both the job start and job end times
· Resolved an issue with VirtualBoot incompatibilities with VirtualBox 3.1.8 and 3.2.0. The VirtualBoot feature in ShadowProtect 4.0.1 is now compatible with VirtualBox versions 3.1.0, 3.1.2, 3.1.4, 3.1.6, 3.1.8, 3.2.0, 3.2.4, and 3.2.6.
· In ImageManager Enterprise, fixed an issue with activation on OEM versions of Windows
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, resolved and issue where a finalized VHD HeadStart Restore job would not boot
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, resolved and issue where a cancelled HeadStart Restore jobs would show error status
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, resolved an issue where the last applied point-in-time for HeadStart Restore jobs displayed incorrectly
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, trying to finalize a HeadStart Restore job before the base image file has been applied displayed an error message. It will now display the finalize dialog.
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, file create/delete notifications were occasionally processed for the wrong directory. This would cause error messages to be logged for nonexistent files.
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, replication status messages were not always updated correctly, such as FTP replication would sometimes show 100% from the time the send began.
· In ImageManager Enterprise, Trial Expired message would display if a user did not have a license and tried a licensed feature.
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, Machine Name was not displayed for image chains whose base was created by ShadowProtect 3.2 or earlier.
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, chains that had not collapsed for over a month would create the -cd and -cm files but not the -cw files prior to the last -cm file.
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, replication will check for files to be sent every time a new file is verified instead of only when files to be sent are verified. This came about because when only sending collapse files, if a transfer was interrupted it would not retry until the next collapse file was verified, usually a day later.
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, using local replication and swapping the destination drive required the ImageManager service to be restarted to recognize the drive had changed. Instead of restarting the service, disabling (stop button) and re-enabling (start button) on the Replication tab will re-sync ImageManager with the contents of the new drive.
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, installing an upgrade to ImageManager 4.0 will now retain the previous ImageManager.mdb file to avoid forcing a reverify of all files.
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, fixed HeadStart Restore Job Settings form to roll back changes when creating a new job fails
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, fixed empty agent status bar that sometimes appears on startup
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, fixed licensing issues
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, removed Infragistics DLLs
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, change login page to force password change on first login
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, added password hint to login page
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, fixed HeadStart Restore Finalize dialog to hide ‘Restore latest’ option when no points in time are available
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, changed HeadStart Restore to allow finalizing a job with one unfinalized target and one failed target
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, fixed auto-login to save correct password when password is changed
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, changed client to compare interface versions instead of product versions
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, fixed HeadStart Restore to correctly display deleted images
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, fixed pie chart to handle inconsistent used space sometimes reported by NAS devices
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, updated Technical Support hyperlink on About pages
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, fixed taskbar icon so it always appears
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, updated help file
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, disabled publisher evidence generation to resolve client UI startup hang on some machines
· In ImageManager Standard/Enterprise, added client configuration setting to auto-connect to localhost when run the first time.

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