With version 6.0, Iperius introduces many interesting innovations on the front of the drive image backup.

Now Iperius has an integrated engine to create disk images and no longer needs the Windows Image Backup (wbadmin) for this backup type, even if that backup mode will remain available. The new engine for the drive image makes it possible to create exact copies of the disks (cloning), which can also be used to virtualize physical machines (P2V) or to immediately start an image backup as a virtual machine into Hyper-V.

In addition, Iperius now lets you create a recovery disk (a USB recovery drive or an ISO file) to boot the machine and restore a drive image backup to a new disk, even on different hardware. Performing this re-imaging operation is very simple, thanks to the new Iperius Recovery Environment®. So Iperius no longer needs the Windows installation disc.

Finally, a new version of the Iperius Console has recently been released, with an improved interface, the ability to update Console Agents, detailed statistics, real time reports on the status of remote computers (CPU, disk space, processes, antivirus and firewall status , etc.)

Here are the various tutorials to back up and restore drive image:

Backup: https://www.iperiusbackup.net/drive-image-backup-immagine-disco-p2v-disk-cloning-iperius/

Restore: https://www.iperiusbackup.net/restore-drive-image-backup-system-recovery-iperius/

How to create a recovery drive: https://www.iperiusbackup.net/creare-disco-ripristino-recovery-disk-usb-iso-iperius/

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Iperius Backup 6.0 – New drive image backup, disk cloning, P2V, recovery drive creation
Iperius Backup Team
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