UltraBac 6.3 Backup and Disaster Recovery is the latest version of the Windows NT/Windows 2000 product that the Bellevue, Wash.-based company started shipping in 1995.
The network disaster recovery feature allows a user to boot a machine and restore an image of a previously backed-up partition by booting from a DOS floppy.
The disk flashing technology stores an image of a disk to media and replicates it to another disk. Flashing a disk is intended to allow administrators to quickly cloning and set up servers and workstations.
Contact UltraBac, www.ultrabac.com.
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