Supported Operating Systems
Imaging is available for Microsoft Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Enterprise, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows 7 Starter, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Enterprise, Windows 7 Ultimate, all versions of Windows 10, Windows Server 2008, 2012 and 2016.
Your drive or system's Virtual Hard Drive (VHD) is a single file that represents a physical hard drive. It may be mounted and accessed like a normal drive for quick and simple restoration.
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While some of our competitors charge unrealistic prices for drive and system cloning, our imaging features have been included at no additional charge since their introduction.
Enveloc Drive Images can be stored on an external USB drive or to a network resource mapped to a local drive letter.
Hardware Independent Recovery
Your system's VHD can also be used in a Windows Recovery environment to restore from failed hardware, or to recover one machine's configuration, applications, and OS to a machine with distinctly different hardware.
Free? How?
Enveloc's monthly fees have always been determined by the amount of data stored on our servers. Since drive imaging is stored on your own drive or network device, there are no storage charges for this feature.
Getting Started
Make sure you meet the OS requirements listed in the Enveloc Drive Imaging document, and then get started by downloading Enveloc Remote Backup here.
Securing System Images
Images may be locked (instantaneous, provides basic security) or fully encrypted (takes some time depending on image size, provides unparalleled protection) using AES-256.
Local Drive & System Imaging is available at no additional charge to any client using Enveloc's incremental, versioned, remote backup service to protect their mission-critical data. Imaging-Only clients are subject to Enveloc’s minimum account fee.

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