Acronis TrueImage Free Version

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    • #43965

      I hope someone here can figure out and help me with the free version of Acronis TrueImage. I’ve tried editing the msi with Orca, and I’ve tried the fixit vbs script, but it still won’t install. Still says “please buy our $600 version for server, because we love money”….. lol I also tried the “deny myself Read rights” to the ProductOptions folder trick….

      Seriously though. Can somebody pull this file off their site and see if its crackable?

      Thanks!!

    • #50292

      u have a link ? so i could try it on here ?

    • #60111
      Anonymous

      u have a link ? so i could try it on here ?

    • #50293
    • #60112
      Anonymous
    • #50295

      Hello, can anyone figure out this for the 2011 version?
      Here is the dl link.
      http://www.acronis.com/homecomputing/download/link/?ATIH2011_trial_en-US.exe

      πŸ™„

    • #60114
      Anonymous

      Hello, can anyone figure out this for the 2011 version?
      Here is the dl link.
      http://www.acronis.com/homecomputing/download/link/?ATIH2011_trial_en-US.exe

      πŸ™„

    • #50296
      Arris
      Moderator

      1. Download True Image Home 2011 from http://www.acronis.com/homecomputing/products/trueimage/.
      2. Extract ATIH2011_trial_en-US.exe using 7-Zip.
      3. Open AcronisTrueImage.msi using Orca MSI Editor (download from this page), and drop the following lines ([table].[name]):

      InstallUISequence.InstallRestrictionsForm
      InstallUISequence.DetectRestrictedProducts
      InstallExecuteSequence.DetectRestrictedProducts
      LaunchCondition."NOT InstallRestrictions"

      6. Save the msi and install Acronis True Image Home on your Windows Server OS.

      Just did some trial and error testing to find this out. It took a little while but it turned out “Restrict” was the keyword to search for.

      Enjoy! πŸ˜‰

    • #60115
      Anonymous

      1. Download True Image Home 2011 from http://www.acronis.com/homecomputing/products/trueimage/.
      2. Extract ATIH2011_trial_en-US.exe using 7-Zip.
      3. Open AcronisTrueImage.msi using Orca MSI Editor (download from this page), and drop the following lines ([table].[name]):

      InstallUISequence.InstallRestrictionsForm
      InstallUISequence.DetectRestrictedProducts
      InstallExecuteSequence.DetectRestrictedProducts
      LaunchCondition."NOT InstallRestrictions"

      6. Save the msi and install Acronis True Image Home on your Windows Server OS.

      Just did some trial and error testing to find this out. It took a little while but it turned out “Restrict” was the keyword to search for.

      Enjoy! πŸ˜‰

    • #50294

      Thanks for the update but it still doesn’t work for me. I get the same behavior as before.
      I tried running their clean up exe, then rebooting then running the updated msi as described above and still backs out at the last part like before.
      2008 just sucks…

      Thank you for the effort though. Really appreciate it! πŸ˜‰

    • #60113
      Anonymous

      Thanks for the update but it still doesn’t work for me. I get the same behavior as before.
      I tried running their clean up exe, then rebooting then running the updated msi as described above and still backs out at the last part like before.
      2008 just sucks…

      Thank you for the effort though. Really appreciate it! πŸ˜‰

    • #50297

      @Arris wrote:

      1. Download True Image Home 2011 from http://www.acronis.com/homecomputing/products/trueimage/.
      2. Extract ATIH2011_trial_en-US.exe using 7-Zip.
      3. Open AcronisTrueImage.msi using Orca MSI Editor (download from this page), and drop the following lines ([table].[name]):

      InstallUISequence.InstallRestrictionsForm
      InstallUISequence.DetectRestrictedProducts
      InstallExecuteSequence.DetectRestrictedProducts
      LaunchCondition."NOT InstallRestrictions"

      6. Save the msi and install Acronis True Image Home on your Windows Server OS.

      Just did some trial and error testing to find this out. It took a little while but it turned out “Restrict” was the keyword to search for.

      Even years later, your solution still resonates since I just installed Seagate’s LE version of Acronis 13 onto a 2008 R2 DataCenter AND using it quite nicely.
      If anyone wants to try it for themselves, Seagate gives away Acronis 13 at:
      http://www.seagate.com/support/internal-hard-drives/enterprise-hard-drives/savvio-15k/discwizard-master-dl/
      Thank you, thank you, thaaaannk you for making countless lives easier and our upgrade weekends shorter than we originally thought they’d have to be.

      Enjoy! πŸ˜‰

    • #60116
      Anonymous

      @Arris wrote:

      1. Download True Image Home 2011 from http://www.acronis.com/homecomputing/products/trueimage/.
      2. Extract ATIH2011_trial_en-US.exe using 7-Zip.
      3. Open AcronisTrueImage.msi using Orca MSI Editor (download from this page), and drop the following lines ([table].[name]):

      InstallUISequence.InstallRestrictionsForm
      InstallUISequence.DetectRestrictedProducts
      InstallExecuteSequence.DetectRestrictedProducts
      LaunchCondition."NOT InstallRestrictions"

      6. Save the msi and install Acronis True Image Home on your Windows Server OS.

      Just did some trial and error testing to find this out. It took a little while but it turned out “Restrict” was the keyword to search for.

      Even years later, your solution still resonates since I just installed Seagate’s LE version of Acronis 13 onto a 2008 R2 DataCenter AND using it quite nicely.
      If anyone wants to try it for themselves, Seagate gives away Acronis 13 at:
      http://www.seagate.com/support/internal-hard-drives/enterprise-hard-drives/savvio-15k/discwizard-master-dl/
      Thank you, thank you, thaaaannk you for making countless lives easier and our upgrade weekends shorter than we originally thought they’d have to be.

      Enjoy! πŸ˜‰

    • #50298

      Well, I know the topic is a bit old. But, I just wanted to say that this also works with Acronis True Image 2014 as well.

      Great job on this fix. πŸ™‚ This saved me alot of cash that I would’ve had to spend otherwise for an upgrade to a server edition of the software after having just purchased a registered version of True Image 2014 already.

    • #60117
      Anonymous

      Well, I know the topic is a bit old. But, I just wanted to say that this also works with Acronis True Image 2014 as well.

      Great job on this fix. πŸ™‚ This saved me alot of cash that I would’ve had to spend otherwise for an upgrade to a server edition of the software after having just purchased a registered version of True Image 2014 already.

    • #50299

      This crap doesn’t work (Acronis True Image Home 2011).
      I edited the msi file the way it is proposed here and the installation seems to start normally.
      But in the end it the progress bar just moves backward and that’s it.

      And no, I’m not offending anyone here.

      Acronis can shove their software up their *you know what I mean*

      Offering software that was especially made for server operating systems is one thing but forcing people to buy the extremely expensive server versions is something else.

    • #60118
      Anonymous

      This crap doesn’t work (Acronis True Image Home 2011).
      I edited the msi file the way it is proposed here and the installation seems to start normally.
      But in the end it the progress bar just moves backward and that’s it.

      And no, I’m not offending anyone here.

      Acronis can shove their software up their *you know what I mean*

      Offering software that was especially made for server operating systems is one thing but forcing people to buy the extremely expensive server versions is something else.

    • #60119
      Anonymous

      Hi !

      Macrium Reflect 4.2 FREE works on WS2008 / WS2008-R2 / WS2012.
      With the “usual” Appverifier-trick: viewtopic.php?f=64&t=2463
      Not tested it on WS2012-R2 yet, but i assume it will work.
      I have tried newer versions but iΒ΄ve had problems getting them to work (“server-allergy”…),
      so i have not updated it.
      But since 4.2 works i donΒ΄t have any real reason to do it.

    • #50300
      hackerman1
      Moderator

      Hi !

      Macrium Reflect 4.2 FREE works on WS2008 / WS2008-R2 / WS2012.
      With the “usual” Appverifier-trick: viewtopic.php?f=64&t=2463
      Not tested it on WS2012-R2 yet, but i assume it will work.
      I have tried newer versions but iΒ΄ve had problems getting them to work (“server-allergy”…),
      so i have not updated it.
      But since 4.2 works i donΒ΄t have any real reason to do it.

    • #60120
      Anonymous

      It might be a good solution and of course there are also others like COMODO backup that work on Windows Server, but the problem is, once you’ve used Acronis and have loads of tib files (the acronis backup files) a program that cannot handle tib files is quite useless.

      But nevertheless, my problem is somehow solved because I managed to get True Image WD Edition 2013 (free for owners of Western Digital hard drives) to work.

    • #50301

      It might be a good solution and of course there are also others like COMODO backup that work on Windows Server, but the problem is, once you’ve used Acronis and have loads of tib files (the acronis backup files) a program that cannot handle tib files is quite useless.

      But nevertheless, my problem is somehow solved because I managed to get True Image WD Edition 2013 (free for owners of Western Digital hard drives) to work.

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