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Do you have a disaster recovery plan in place for your data? If not, checkout Macrium Reflect. The application is a complete disaster recovery... Do You Have a Disaster Recovery Plan?

Do you have a disaster recovery plan in place for your data? If not, checkout Macrium Reflect. The application is a complete disaster recovery solution for your home and office. Protect your personal documents, photos, music and emails. Upgrade your hard disk or try new operating systems in the safe knowledge that everything is securely saved in an easily recovered backup file.

Macrium Reflect

Macrium Reflect uses leading data compression techniques to create accurate and reliable images of your hard disk or partitions on your disk.

  • Simple step by step operation
    Image and Restore using intuitive wizards and interfaces. Macrium Reflect integrates fully with Windows Explorer, a partition image can be created with a simple right click.
  • Automate the process
    With Macrium Reflect you can schedule Images to run at any time. Disk space management ensures that you optimize the available space on external drives.
  • Restore individual files and folders
    Create a ‘Virtual’ drive in Windows Explorer and recover selected files and directories using simple copy and paste operations.
  • Recovery
    In the event of a total loss of the Windows operating system your PC can be started using the Reflect recovery CD.

The following updates and changes have been undertaken in this latest version of Macrium Reflect:

# New:
* Server Edition – SQL Log truncation
* Allow for selective deletion of Microsoft SQL Server logs after backup.
* Server Edition – Exchange Log truncation
* Allow for selective deletion of Microsoft Exchange logs after backup.
* File & Folder Search
* File and Folder Search will now only prompt once for a password if multiple backup files are selected.
* Server Plus – New features
> Backup, restore and mailbox restore functionality has been added for Exchange Server 2013.
> Users can now right click mail items and export them as text or EML file.
> Email items can be viewed by double clicking them, along with attachment save option.
> Users can now verify Exchange backup sets.
> Users can now mount Exchange backups for file access.
> Mailbox restore read of items has been greatly increased.
> Mailbox restore now shows progress of transaction log file replay into the database during mount.
# Bug Fixes:
* Partition scan issue
> Some customers reported a crash dump when scanning the partitions on disks. This has been resolved.
* ReDeploy issue
> An instance was reported of ReDeploy not working with LSI 3ware 9000 Series RAID drivers. This has been resolved.
* Clone & Restore issue
> Clone or restore processes could fail if the backup file bitmap size was reported incorrectly. This has been resolved.
* Shell Extension Comment issue
> The Macrium Reflect shell extension was not showing multi-line comments correctly. This has been resolved.
* Server Plus Bug Fixes
> The Exchange VSS Replication Writer would occasionally be incorrectly misidentified as the main Exchange VSS Writer.
> The mailbox restore UI was incorrectly not selecting child folder content for restore.
> The mailbox restore UI was occasionally displaying incorrect percentage values when reading folder content.
> The mailbox restore UI was showing incorrect cumulative folder item counts.
> Various minor issues with mailbox restore filter UI were discovered during further development.
> Mounted Exchange backup files did not have the unmount option.
> Cancelling the restore process during database dismount would cause a crash.

*Please note that beginning with version 5.2.6544 we are providing the Macrium Installer, which will automatically download the correct version for your PC. It will also download any necessary Windows components for you.

So if you are looking for a disaster recovery application that is comprehensive with an easy to use UI, what are you waiting for? You can download Macrium Reflect from today.

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