Network Disaster Recovery gives system administrators the ability to recover an operating system partition directly from any network share using nothing more than a single DOS-based floppy. The recovery software supports partition and/or complete physical disk disaster recovery from any local tape device or UNC diskpath.
Compressed image backups can be scheduled on a regular basis or manually stored to any local tape drive or UNC path within a network. Compressed image backups use less space and significantly increase backup performance, because compressed data takes less time to transfer than uncompressed data.
Due to its quick transfer rate, UltraBac can restore the system partition of a crashed machine in minutes. The difference between rebuilding a machine using a file-by-file method and restoring an image backup is substantial. Image restores are simple and quick, and can be completed with one single command.
Imaging technology is essential if machines are to be cloned for many users. Rebuilding a system from scratch every time a user needs a new machine is an administrator's nightmare. With imaging software, you can retrieve a "template" for use when building a new machine.
UB-DR Boot Disk Wizard
The netboot.exe allows the user to create a DOS floppy disk, with network support, using a step-by-step diskette creation wizard. This DOS diskette is used in conjunction with our disaster recovery software, executing "UBDR.exe" through DOS to recover an image backup from either a network diskpath or a local tape drive.
UltraBac's disaster recovery package contains other easy-to-use options that provide all of the administrator's needs:
- Live OS backup
- Local or remote image backup
- Local recovery from tape
- Local recovery from diskpath
- Software compression
- Active cluster disk backup (saves
- 240 mb/minute transfer ratio through
- Entire disk backup
- Scripting support for disaster recovery
- Recovery of partition while booted into
- Local static "mirroring" image backups
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