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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.
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.
When are these files supposed to be from (the ones for Server 2012 R2)?
Is that correct?
Because I also can’t get the superfetch service to start correctly.
I get an error (Error 24) saying that the program issued a command but the command length is incorrect.
Edit: No, these files are most likely from Windows 7, so I replaced them with the ones from Windows 8.1.
Unfortunately it still doesn’t work, now I get a different error message saying that the operating system is not configured to run this application…