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  • Creates a complete image of a hard disk or hardware RAID array for backup or replacement.

  • Copies an entire hard disk or selected partitions and volumes.

  • Resizes partitions during the cloning and imaging process to make full use of larger hard disks.

  • Supports cloning and restoring images of larger hard disks to smaller hard disks.

  • Runs entirely from within the Windows environment.

  • Easy-to-use wizards for copying, imaging1, creating, and removing drives.

  • Creates a fully bootable copy of a Windows system drive that can boot and run directly from an external USB drive2.

  • Automatic Copy Verification™ ensures copies are not corrupted by defective RAM, cables, disks, or controller interfaces.

  • Automatic Pre-image Verification ensures all data on source device is accessible before overwriting a bootable backup.

  • AccuClone™ technology ensures a true copy that can be used as a complete and immediate replacement for the original.

  • SmartClone™ technology dramatically reduces the time required to maintain a backup.

  • SmartWrite™ technology ensures maximum performance and full use of computer while cloning or imaging a hard disk.

  • SmartRestore™ technology provides easy, one-step support for restoring a system from a backup.

  • SmartResume™ technology provides support for safely resuming an interrupted backup to another disk or image file backup.

  • Integrated scheduling allows backups to be scheduled daily, weekly, monthly, or at any time desired.

  • SmartSense™ disk detection automatically detects when a new portable disk or an existing backup disk is attached to a computer.

  • SmartSense™ automatic backup functionality fully automates the process of maintaining a system backup on a portable drive.

  • SmartStart™ wizards simplify the process of backing up or replacing a Windows system disk.

  • 1-Click Cloning™ permits routine backups to be performed at any time with a single click.

  • Automatic Backup Retention Policy provides automatic management of image backups.

  • SmartRelease™ automatically prepares a portable backup drive for safe release after the backup has been completed.

  • SmartAlert™ Notifications notify you via email when a backup has been completed or only when a backup requires attention for true “set it and forget it” operation.

  • Runtime controls allow you to quickly change notification options after a backup is underway, regardless of how the backup was started.

  • Automatic detection and support of solid state (SSD) and Advanced Format Drives for increased life span and enhanced performance.

  • Automatically converts drives from FAT16 to FAT32 or from FAT to NTFS during the cloning or image restoration process when necessary.

  • Supports all drives including SAS, SATA, eSATA, SCSI, ATA/IDE, USB, Firewire, and hardware RAID arrays.

  • Fully supports all versions of FAT and NTFS.

  • Supports GPT and MBR disk partitioning3.

  • Supports systems using either UEFI or BIOS firmware.

  • Allows you to perform advanced disk management tasks, including create and remove partitions, change the active partition, change a drive letter assignment, replace damaged or missing boot records, and more.

  • Compatible with all 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Windows Server™ 2019, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2, Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R21,2.

  • Native 64-bit support provides true 64-bit performance on Windows 64-bit platforms.

  1. Virtual disk image file backups are supported only when running on Windows Server 2008/Windows 7 and later or when booting and running from the Casper Server Startup Disk. The VHDX image file format is supported only when running on Windows Server 2012/Windows 8 and later or when booting and running from a Casper Server Startup Disk created with the Windows 8.x ADK or later.
  2. Booting from a USB connected hard disk requires a computer with BIOS or UEFI firmware support for booting from USB hard disk drive (USB-HDD) devices. Not all computers support booting and running from USB hard disk type devices. Some computers equipped with both USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports will support booting only when the device is connected to a USB 2.0 port.
  3. Not designed for use with Dynamic Disks.