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My first reaction was that the setting is a bit confusing, but after a while I realized it was not that bad. What’s confusing is the option “Do not change partition size“. That is also confusing, because it does not look like it’s related to partitioning and is not clearly marked, so I was quite lost when I was just learning how to use Acronis Disk Director. I think most people have the same confusion as I first had. But really, it is not that bad. So now when I resize my partitions, I leave that option unchecked, and I think it works pretty well.
The great thing about Acronis Disk Director is that it is quite affordable. For example, if you have five computers in the office, you will need five licenses for that, which is quite cheap. However, if you have 10 computers, you will need 10 licenses. Keep in mind that this is for on-site (not cloud-based) use.
As for the list above, I am also not a big fan of the “It will be performed when you run the product” message. That is because it is a bit vague. I am still experimenting with the options in Acronis Disk Director Lifetime Version and sometimes I get errors, so it’s a bit hard to know if the products is ready to use or if you have to do something special.
The claim to be able to detect and stop viruses is a big one. I do not know yet what really happens, but my impression from a quick look is that these viruses can be eliminated relatively easily. As a virus writer, that is not necessarily something I want to be told! This is even worse, because this option is not available in Acronis Disk Director CE.
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Because so many people run windows on ssd’s with 20% of the disk active, this is often the case that a windows image has already been written to the drive. When you start this utility you are presented with two options, one is for the windows drive, the second for the windows image. When you run an image on the drive itself, this puts the windows image in the reserved area. Now if I’m right, it looks like Acronis has checked what is in the reserved area, and then tagged the image. This should be a warning when you run it.
Well, I have a problem. I can either get to the Acronis site, and read all the online help, or I can use the prompt I have been given to request support. There is nothing else to download, run, install or do that can possibly help me out of the current situation. The tech support request gets ignored. My disk either says I can’t clone or says I’ve already done so.
My Acronis user profile installer says I need a System Administrator or Domain Admins acrousers group role in order to complete the setup. I created the acrousers group and I’m still seeing this message. Now I’m stuck unable to do anything.
To understand what is wrong with my system I need to understand what function Acronis software is performing. It is designed to create an image of your hard disk which it does so by dumping EVERYTHING (FAT32,ext2,ext4 and iso9660) into a single image. To create this image you need to first create a clone of your hard drive (using a tool like Acronis Disk Director). Then you need to boot the clone (DVD or CD) and run Acronis software. Acronis will see the image created by the other program and will tell you it has been successfully written.
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Acronis also tells me that the Acronis DDS being marketed as a standalone backup software is no longer available. I think I will probably stop using it. Acronis DDS is more powerful than TI’s and DD’s backup wizard tool, but it isn’t really its own product. Acronis DDS is more like TI’s and DD’s DD 2017. In other words, it’s a backup wizard tool with some partitioning functionality. After you’ve created a volume using Acronis DDS, you are actually done. There is no need to use any of the tools in DD’s environment.
I am able to use DD12 with Acronis Disk Director 13.1.1 with all my disk partitions configured and backed up as recommended. I was able to fully restore the backup using the Acronis Disk Director 13.1.1 with Windows Disk Management option.
I went through the same processes, I was unable to work with the Acronis Disk Director 14.0.2 version. I had hoped it would work with the newer 13.1.1 version, but that ended up being a failure too.
If you upgrade from an older version of Acronis Disk Director (and I guess you’d have to wait for the 2nd or 3rd purchase) then there’s no way to verify the other ways your product works. At all. But hey, with a name like “Acronis” and a company with $100 million annual revenues, you’d think they could figure this out.
If it weren’t for the fact that I used to be a long-time customer with no incentive to pay them for yet another upgrade (given my previous purchases that I never use), I would have returned the entire purchase to the store and just told them “no, there’s been a mistake.” As I never plan to use them again, it’s obviously not a big deal to me. I’ve wasted around 10 hours with limited success on the first step of upgrade, the one in which I attach a disk image to a disk partition that the software didn’t seem to recognize. I can’t complete the other steps of the upgrade (install a new product configuration, run a configuration assessment or use the configuration assistant). So I am forced to be a beta test user and the only way to fix it is by contacting support. I had all the images downloaded, I am able to access the old configuration, but the program won’t let me. I’m also extremely frustrated that when I try to do a “complete backup” it does it in such a way that I can’t repair the backup. So I will never use this product again.
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What’s new in Acronis Disk Director
- Support for multi-disk Arrays
- Multi-disk RAID support
- Acronis Snapshots
- Automatic backup storage discovery
- Disk cloning
- Disk Partitioning
- Disk imaging
Acronis Disk Director System Requirements
- Virtualization Support
Virtualization is not supported by the following editions of Disk Director:
Disk Director 11.5 (for Windows)
Disk Director 12.5 (for Windows and Linux)
- Copy-on-Write support
- BIOS compatibility
- Microsoft.NET Framework installed
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