Bare Metal Backup and Restore lets you to create backup of boot drive partition in order to perform safe, reliable disaster recovery with no data loss.
Create Backup of OS Partition
Backup option is to create backup image of your operating system volume. As this option features only full backup; therefore, you just needs to select the targeted OS partition and start backup and set a desired path to save the backup image along with a unique name. In order to increase the security, you can set a password on this image. Additionally, this backup task can also be scheduled monthly, quarterly or half yearly.
After successful backup there is always a need of restoration, here this section comes into the picture. After successful backup, this option provides you option to perform restoration operation. Whenever you select a backup image, the software automatically identifies the type of backup and avails you restoration procedures along with available modes. Here, you will get options to restore specified partition or files and folders.
Option to Create Rescue Disc
This option allows you to create a bootable rescue disc so that you can easily boot your OS drive in case of corruption or failure. This rescue disk image will work,even if you are unable to boot from the OS and restore the complete OS partition along with all the stored files. It will prompt you to create a bootable rescue disc that needs a blank optical media into the CD or DVD writer. Or you can create an ISO image of a bootable rescue disk, which can be saved into your preferred location and can burn to a CD/DVD using CD burning software.
This option is designed to schedule periodic backup tasks as well as manage and removealready assigned tasks. Further, you can also modify your existing tasks like rescheduling along with changed settings, different location, frequency and time.
Generate Log Report
To store the complete history of the all the performed operations, the software generatesLog report along with all the required information and save it into a user defined location. The by default format of this log file is HTML.