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Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854: The Ultimate Backup Solution for Windows and Linux Servers



Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854 with Universal Restore Serial Key




If you are looking for a reliable and comprehensive backup and disaster recovery solution for your Windows and Linux servers, you might want to consider Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854. This software allows you to create and manage disk image backups of your entire server, including the operating system, databases, applications, and files. You can also restore your server from a disk image backup in minutes, even if your server crashes or you need to migrate to a different hardware or a virtual machine. In this article, we will show you what Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854 can do for you, how to install it, how to use it, and how to get the most out of it with Universal Restore.




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What is Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854?




Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854 is a software product that allows you to create an exact copy of your server's hard disk or partition, called a disk image backup. A disk image backup contains all the data and settings of your server, including the operating system, databases, applications, and files. You can store the disk image backup on any local or network storage device, such as a hard drive, CD/DVD, tape drive, or NAS/SAN device.


With Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854, you can create disk image backups of both Windows and Linux servers, as well as servers running multiple operating systems on one machine (such as Windows/Linux dual-boot). You can also create disk image backups of servers running various applications, such as Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle Database, MySQL Database, Lotus Domino/Notes, SAP R/3, etc.


What are the benefits of using Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854?




Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854 offers several benefits for server backup and recovery, such as:


  • Fast and easy backup: You can create disk image backups of your servers without interrupting their operations, ensuring 24/7 availability and minimal downtime.



  • Flexible and secure storage: You can store your disk image backups on any local or network storage device that is accessible from your server, and encrypt them with AES-256 encryption for extra security.



  • Efficient and reliable recovery: You can restore your server from a disk image backup in minutes, even if your server fails or becomes unbootable. You can also restore individual files and folders from a disk image backup without restoring the whole server.



  • Hardware-independent restoration: You can restore your server from a disk image backup to a different hardware or a virtual machine with Universal Restore (an optional add-on feature that we will discuss later).



  • Centralized management: You can install and manage Acronis True Image Enterprise Server on multiple remote servers in your network with Acronis Management Console, a graphical user interface that allows you to create and execute backup tasks, monitor backup status, and perform recovery operations.



  • Advanced features: You can also take advantage of some advanced features of Acronis True Image Enterprise Server, such as:



  • Acronis Active Restore: This feature allows you to start working on your server while it is still being restored from a disk image backup.



  • Acronis Backup Server: This component allows you to optimize the usage of storage resources by establishing backup policies and distributing backup loads across multiple storage devices.



  • Acronis Group Server: This component allows you to view the status of all servers in your network and perform group operations on them.



  • Acronis Snap Restore: This feature allows you to boot your server from a disk image backup without restoring it first.



  • Acronis Secure Zone: This feature allows you to create a special hidden partition on your server's hard drive where you can store your disk image backups without using any external media.



What is Universal Restore and why do you need it?




Universal Restore is an optional add-on feature for Acronis True Image Enterprise Server that allows you to restore your server from a disk image backup to a different hardware or a virtual machine.


This feature is useful when you need to migrate your server to a new hardware platform or a virtual environment without reinstalling the operating system and applications.


Universal Restore automatically detects the hardware configuration of the target machine and installs the appropriate drivers for the operating system to boot up successfully.


You can also manually specify the drivers for the target machine if they are not available in the disk image backup or on the installation media.


How to install Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854




System requirements




To install Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854 on your server, you need to meet the following system requirements:


ComponentRequirement


CPUPentium processor or higher (32-bit or 64-bit)


RAMAt least 256 MB (512 MB recommended)


Disk spaceAbout 300 MB for installation plus extra space for temporary files during operation


Operating systemWindows NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008/7/8/10 (32-bit or 64-bit) or Linux kernel version 2.4.x or later (32-bit or 64-bit)


File systemFAT16/32/NTFS/Ext2/Ext3/ReiserFS/XFS/JFS (Linux only)


Network protocolTCP/IP for network operations


Licensing modePer-server license (one license per physical server)


Add-on featuresUniversal Restore requires an additional license per physical server; other add-on features are included in the base license


Installation steps




To install Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854 on your server, follow these steps:


  • Download the installation file from https://kb.acronis.com/content/1530.



  • Run the installation file as an administrator on your server.



  • Select I accept this agreement, then click Next.



  • Select Create new installation of this product, then click Next.



  • Select I want to install this product now (recommended), then click Next.



  • Select I want to install all components now (recommended )), then click Next.



  • Enter your name and organization, then click Next.



  • Enter your serial number for Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854. If you have a serial number for Universal Restore, enter it as well. Then click Next.



  • Select the destination folder for the installation, then click Next.



  • Select the components that you want to install, then click Next. You can choose to install Acronis True Image Enterprise Server, Acronis Management Console, Acronis Backup Server, Acronis Group Server, Acronis Secure Zone Manager, and Acronis Snap Restore.



  • Select the start menu folder for the shortcuts, then click Next.



  • Select whether you want to create a desktop icon and a quick launch icon, then click Next.



  • Review the installation summary, then click Proceed to start the installation.



  • Wait for the installation to complete, then click Finish.



Activation steps




To activate Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854 on your server, follow these steps:


  • Launch Acronis True Image Enterprise Server from the start menu or the desktop icon.



  • If you have an Internet connection on your server, sign in to your Acronis account with your email and password. The product will be activated automatically.



  • If you do not have an Internet connection on your server, click on the Account tab on the left sidebar, then click on the small arrow icon next to Resolve activation problem to open a drop-down menu, and select Activate offline.



  • The program will generate an installation code that uniquely identifies your server and license key. Save this code to a file or write it down on a paper.



  • On another computer that has an Internet connection, go to https://www.acronis.com/activation/ and enter your installation code and serial number.



  • The website will generate an activation code for you. Save this code to a file or write it down on a paper.



  • Go back to your server and enter the activation code in the program. Click Activate.



  • Your product is now activated and ready to use.



How to use Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854




How to create a disk image backup




To create a disk image backup of your server with Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854, follow these steps:


  • Launch Acronis True Image Enterprise Server from the start menu or the desktop icon.



  • If you want to create a backup task on a remote server in your network, click on the Servers tab on the left sidebar and select the server that you want to back up. You will need to enter the administrator credentials for the remote server.



  • If you want to create a backup task on your local server, click on the Create backup plan button on the main window.



  • Select Disk and partition backup, then click Next.



  • Select the disks or partitions that you want to back up, then click Next. You can also exclude files or folders from the backup by clicking on the Edit exclusions link.



  • Select where you want to store your backup, then click Next. You can choose any local or network storage device that is accessible from your server. You can also encrypt your backup with a password by clicking on the Edit encryption settings link.



  • Select how often you want to run your backup, then click Next. You can choose from several predefined schedules or create your own custom schedule.



  • Select how long you want to keep your backups, then click Next. You can choose from several predefined retention rules or create your own custom rule.



  • Select whether you want to receive email notifications about your backup status, then click Next. You will need to enter your email address and SMTP server settings.



  • Name your backup plan and review the summary of your settings, then click Create backup plan.



  • Your backup task is now created and will run according to your schedule. You can also run it manually by clicking on the Run now button on the right panel.



How to restore a disk image backup




To restore a disk image backup of your server with Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854, follow these steps:


  • Launch Acronis True Image Enterprise Server from the start menu or the desktop icon.



  • If you want to restore a backup task on a remote server in your network, click on the Servers tab on the left sidebar and select the server that you want to restore. You will need to enter the administrator credentials for the remote server.



  • If you want to restore a backup task on your local server, click on the Restore data button on the main window.



  • Select Disk and partition recovery, then click Next.



  • Select the backup that contains the disk or partition that you want to restore, then click Next. You can browse for the backup on any local or network storage device that is accessible from your server.



  • Select the disk or partition that you want to restore, then click Next. You can also select individual files and folders from the disk or partition by clicking on the Browse files and folders link.



  • Select where you want to restore your disk or partition, then click Next. You can choose any disk or partition that is connected to your server. You can also resize or move the restored partition by clicking on the Edit partition layout link.



  • Select whether you want to use Universal Restore to restore your disk or partition to a different hardware or a virtual machine, then click Next. You will need to have a Universal Restore license and a bootable media for this option.



  • Select whether you want to receive email notifications about your recovery status, then click Next. You will need to enter your email address and SMTP server settings.



  • Name your recovery task and review the summary of your settings, then click Create recovery task.



  • Your recovery task is now created and will run according to your schedule. You can also run it manually by clicking on the Run now button on the right panel.



How to use Universal Restore to restore to different hardware or a virtual machine




To use Universal Restore to restore your server from a disk image backup to a different hardware or a virtual machine with Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854, follow these steps:


  • Create a bootable media with Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854 and Universal Restore. You can do this by launching Acronis True Image Enterprise Server from the start menu or the desktop icon, clicking on the Tools & Utilities tab on the left sidebar, and selecting Create bootable media. Follow the wizard instructions to create a bootable CD/DVD or USB flash drive.



  • Connect the target machine (the one where you want to restore your server) to the same network as your source machine (the one where your backup is stored) or attach an external storage device that contains your backup.



  • Boot the target machine from the bootable media that you created in step 1.



  • Select Acronis True Image Enterprise Server (Full version), then press Enter.



  • Select Disk and partition recovery, then press Next.



  • Select the backup that contains the disk or partition that you want to restore, then press Next. You can browse for the backup on any local or network storage device that is accessible from your server.



  • Select the disk or partition that you want to restore, then press Next. You can also select individual files and folders from the disk or partition by pressing F11.



  • Select where you want to restore your disk or partition, then press Next. You can choose any disk or partition that is connected to your server. You can also resize or move the restored partition by pressing F9.



  • Select whether you want to use Universal Restore to restore your disk or partition to a different hardware or a virtual machine, then press Next. You will need to have a Universal Restore license and a bootable media for this option.



  • If you selected Universal Restore, you will need to provide the drivers for the target machine. You can do this by inserting the installation media of the operating system or by browsing for the drivers on any storage device that is connected to your server. Press Next when you are done.



  • Review the summary of your settings, then press Proceed to start the recovery.



  • Your recovery will start and will run in a fully automated mode. You can watch the progress or leave the machine unattended. The time required to complete restoration depends on the amount of data to process, read/write speed of the system disk, the device where the backup is stored and the connection between them.



Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to use Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854 with Universal Restore Serial Key to backup and restore your Windows and Linux servers. We have also explained what are the benefits and features of this software, how to install and activate it, how to create and manage disk image backups, how to restore your server from a disk image backup, and how to use Universal Restore to restore your server to a different hardware or a virtual machine.


If you are looking for a reliable and comprehensive backup and disaster recovery solution for your servers, we recommend you to try Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854 with Universal Restore Serial Key. You can download it from https://kb.acronis.com/content/1530 and use it for 30 days for free. If you like it, you can purchase it from https://www.acronis.com/en-us/business/backup/enterprise/.


FAQs




Here are some frequently asked questions about Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1.3854 with Universal Restore Serial Key:


  • What is the difference between Acronis True Image Enterprise Server and Acronis True Image Echo Enterprise Server?



Acronis True Image Enterprise Server is an older version of Acronis True Image Echo Enterprise Server. The main difference is that Acronis True Image Echo Enterprise Server supports Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista, while Acronis True Image Enterprise Server does not.


  • How can I get technical support for Acronis True Image Enterprise Server?



You can get technical support for Acronis True Image Enterprise Server by contacting Acronis Customer Central at https://www.acronis.com/en-us/support/contact-us/. You will need to provide your serial number and a detailed description of your problem.


  • How can I update Acronis True Image Enterprise Server to the latest version?



You can update Acronis True Image Enterprise Server to the latest version by downloading and installing the latest build from https://kb.acronis.com/content/1530. You do not need to uninstall the previous version before installing the new one.


  • What are the limitations of Universal Restore?



Universal Restore has some limitations that you should be aware of before using it:


  • It does not support restoring dynamic disks or GPT disks.



  • It does not support restoring encrypted partitions or BitLocker-protected volumes.



  • It does not support restoring Linux servers with LVM or software RAID.



  • It does not support restoring servers with multiple operating systems on one disk.



  • It does not guarantee that all applications will work properly after restoration.



  • How can I verify the integrity of a disk image backup?



You can verify the integrity of a disk image backup by using the Validate backup archive feature of Acronis True Image Enterprise Server. This feature checks if the backup file is corrupted or damaged and if it matches the original data. To use this feature, follow these steps:


  • Select the backup that you want to validate from the backup list.



  • Click on the Operations tab on the right panel.



  • Select Validate backup archive.



  • The validation process will start and will show you the result when it is finished.




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