In experienced hands, this collection of executables easily adds drive backup and restore programs. The executables are Command-window based and lack a Windows GUI interface. Experienced users should have no difficulty manipulating these apps using command-line options. An understanding of basic batch file operation is also helpful.
Using the correct command line options will cause these executables to quickly create drive information and batch files. Executing the resulting batch file creates a drive image file. Another set of options will use the drive information file to create another batch file that restores the drive image. There are few command line options and they're easily displayed. However, these programs are not for users desiring graphic user interfaces, fail-safe operation, or all-in-one program operation.
System administrators will appreciate the ease of placing the ImageAll executables in batch files for automatic drive backups, and this freeware will be a useful addition to their toolkits.
The ImageAll application was designed to be an IFD/IFL/IFW helper program to backup/restore entire drives. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.
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This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.