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How to Backup and Restore Your Server with Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854



How to Backup and Restore Your Server with Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854




Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854 is a powerful and reliable backup solution for Windows and Linux servers. It allows you to create and manage backups of your entire system or specific files and folders on remote machines from one single location. It also offers a unique feature called Acronis Universal Restore, which enables you to restore your system to different hardware or a virtual machine without reinstalling the operating system and applications.


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In this article, we will show you how to use Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854 with Universal Restore Serial Key to backup and restore your server in a few easy steps.


Step 1: Install Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854




To install Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854, you need to have a valid serial key that you can obtain from the official website[^1^] or from other sources[^3^] [^4^]. You also need to have the Acronis Management Console, which is a graphical user interface that allows you to control the backup and recovery tasks on remote servers.


After downloading the installation file, run it on the server that you want to backup or restore. Follow the instructions on the screen and enter your serial key when prompted. You can also choose to install the Acronis Backup Server component, which helps you optimize the storage resources by setting up backup policies.


Once the installation is complete, you can launch the Acronis Management Console from the Start menu or from the desktop shortcut. You will see a list of all the servers that are connected to your network and that have Acronis True Image Windows Agent or Linux Agent installed on them. You can also add new servers manually by entering their IP address or hostname.


Step 2: Create a Backup Task




To create a backup task, select the server that you want to backup from the list and click on the Backup icon on the toolbar. You will see a wizard that will guide you through the backup process.


You can choose to backup your entire disk or partition, or select specific files and folders that you want to include in the backup. You can also specify the compression level, encryption password, and split size for the backup archive.


Next, you need to choose a destination for your backup archive. You can save it on a local or network drive, a removable media device, or an FTP server. You can also create an Acronis Secure Zone, which is a special hidden partition on your hard drive that stores your backups securely.


Finally, you can schedule your backup task to run automatically at a specified time or frequency, or run it manually whenever you want. You can also set up notifications and reports for your backup task.


Step 3: Restore Your Server with Universal Restore




To restore your server with Universal Restore, you need to have a bootable media that contains Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854 and Universal Restore components. You can create this media using the Acronis Media Builder tool that is included in the installation package.


After creating the bootable media, insert it into the server that you want to restore and boot from it. You will see the Acronis True Image standalone version that allows you to access your backups and perform recovery operations.


Select the backup archive that contains your system image and click on Recover. You will see a wizard that will guide you through the recovery process.


You can choose to restore your entire disk or partition, or select specific files and folders that you want to recover. You can also resize or move your partitions during the recovery.


Next, you need to enable Universal Restore by checking the box that says "Use Acronis Universal Restore". This will allow you to restore your system to different hardware or a virtual machine without reinstalling the operating system and applications.


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