Desktop & Laptop Edition: v18.10
Server Edition: v18.10
Enterprise Server Edition (ESE): v19.1
Enterprise Server Edition:
Encryption key check
Unsure what your encryption key is?
Easily verify it with the Check encryption key option built into the ESE client.
To do this, go to Tools > Options > Backup Account > Check encryption key
System Tray Enhancement
The system tray menu options Backup Now and Cancel Backup will be disabled when the Backup Client is set to prompt for a password on loading the user interface.
Hide System Tray
Need to prevent certain users from seeing the ESE system tray? No problem - restrict their access via a registry key.
Tray execution can be prohibited on a per-user basis by changing the following integer (DWORD) registry entry with a value of zero:
Performance Improvements – numerous files in a folder
Less memory usage whilst scanning a folder which holds numerous individual items.
Faster response when cancelling a backup of this folder type.
New System Restore Report
The new System Report functionality makes it possible to see the backup selection for any given date.
Specific date backup selection
To generate a report of a specific date's backup selection, select a backup point (date) on the Restore tab and click the report icon.
Backup system info as metadata
The system information from the time of the backup (OS, installed software, installed updates and hot fixes) can now be included as part of the backup selection, which aids the process of Full System Recovery.
To do this, go to Tools > Options > Advanced and enable Backup system info as metadata.
To view the backed up information, run the System Report via the Restore.
Support for dynamic hostnames when restoring SQL databases
This gives you the ability to restore a SQL database even when the hostname of the relevant machine has changed, for example in a disaster recovery scenario.
New Look and Feel
InstantData now has a new look and feel.
Full System Restore of extended partitions
Extended partitions will appear on the disk configuration page along with the primary partition.
Logical partitions will appear at the bottom of the list of volumes.
Full System Restore directly into VMWare
To restore using VMware Hypervisor:
*Please note. Full System Recovery to a VMware hypervisor does not work with the vSphere ESXi free edition where a vCenter Server is not required:
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