How to restore system by using ActiveImage Protector.

Summary

You are not allowed to restore a disk or a volume including the system volume while OS is up and running.
* System volume refers to “C:” drive in Windows system and a volume including [ / ] in Linux system.
You can restore a drive (volume) including only data or a file/folder while OS is running.
Please boot up ActiveImage Protector Boot Environment to restore a system volume.

Please take the following operating procedures to restore a system volume.

Operating Procedures

[Windows]
1) Shut down OS.
2) Boot up (CentOS-based) boot environment from the product’s ISO image file –[ISO] , or (WinPE-based) boot environment built on your own.
3) Restore the system volume.
For further detailed operating procedures, please access the following site:

URL for your reference:
http://webhelp.netjapan.com/AIP/Windows/2018/en/help/restore/volume/restore.htm

Detailed operating procedures how to build (WinPE-based) boot environment
http://webhelp.netjapan.com/AIP/Windows/2018/en/help/Utility_tools/BE_Builder_WinPE.htm

[Linux]
1) Shut down OS.
2) Boot up (CentOS-based) boot environment included in the product’s ISO image file –[ISO].
3) Restore the system volume.
For more detailed operating procedures, please access the following site for AIP Help.

URL for your reference:
http://webhelp.netjapan.com/AIP/Linux/2018/en/help/restore/restore.htm



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