Acronis Image Backup

In Acronis True Image you can recover files and folders both from file-level backups or from disk and Entire PC backups. You can restore files using Acronis True Image or in Windows Explorer. Acronis True Image must be installed on the computer in order to perform recovery under Windows. How to restore files in Acronis True Image. The newest version of Acronis True Image (provides even greater data protection. Protect everything to recover anything with an exact. Start Acronis True Image. On the sidebar, click Backup, then click Add backup if you already have other backups in place Click the backup source icon on the left, and then select the type of items you want to back up - Disks or Files and folders: In the opened window, select the items that you want to back up, and then click Ok. Learn how to restore an “Entire PC backup” with Acronis True Image (.Protect everything to recover anything with an exact replica of y.

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Second posting this evening as I'm working my way through the User Manual.

I am unable to Mount any backup file created with ATI 2020; however, I have no problem mounting an older backup created in ATI 2019 with the older file version.

Any suggestions?

THANKS!

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Hello Darryl,

thank you for your posting! Mounting is currently not available for the .TIBX archives (new archive technology introduced in Acronis True Image 2020), the feature is planned to be added in the future updates.

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No image mounting??? Then take it out of the user manual!

It says:

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How to mount an image

  1. In File Explorer, right-click the image file that you want to mount, and then click Mount image.

    The Mount wizard opens.

  2. Select the backup for mounting by its creation date/time. Thus, you can explore the data state at a certain moment.'
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Robert, Acronis have addressed this point in KB 63425: Acronis True Image 2020: Limitations of tibx backups

If you bring forward .tib (Disk / Partition) backups from a prior version, then you can still use the mount option, but not for the new .tibx files.

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No image mounting??? Then take it out of the user manual!

There are several places where Acronis refers to the (so far) nonexistent 'Mount' function. Having accurate documentation is critical,but editing documentation (if done well) is a time-consuming process. I suspect we will see the 'Mount' function added back into the product before we see it removed from the documentation.

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Without the Mounting feature in 2020 how do I recover individual files from my Acronis Backup / Image? I image my computer to an external hard drive only.

Thank you.

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I think I found the answer to my own above question.

Thank you.

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ions, as per the KB document, you can just double-click on the .tib or .tibx file in Explorer which will open it and allow you to use normal Copy & Paste controls for your files.

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Excellent. Thank you Steve. Much appreciate it.

To let Acronis products operate properly in the network, you need to open specific ports in Firewall settings.

Acronis True Image uses the following ports:

  • TCP ports 443 and 80
  • TCP ports 44445 and 55556 for login, activation and access to Acronis cloud
  • TCP ports 58085 and 58081 for local mobile backup
  • TCP and UDP ports 20 and 21 for backup to FTP

Acronis Cyber Protect 15

  • TCP port 43234 for remote installation and remote upgrade
  • TCP ports 445 and 25001 for remote installation
  • TCP port 6109 for Active Protection
  • TCP ports7780, 7755, 7756, 7765, 9852, 9860, 9862, 9876, 9877 for communication between components
  • TCP ports 9850 and 9851 for command line (acrocmd, acropsh) commands
  • TCP ports 443 and 902 to access the vCenter Server and ESX(i) hosts
  • TCP ports 443, 44445, and 55556 for backup to cloud
  • TCP port 30800 and 30801 for Alert Feed Manager
  • TCP port 2600, 2700 for Archive Server Core
  • TCP port 6110 for Acronis Cyber Protect service

Acronis Cyber Backup 12.5, Acronis Backup 12 on-premise deployment

  • TCP port 43234 for remote installation and remote upgrade (TCP port 9876 has been used prior to Update 2 of Acronis Backup 12.5)
  • TCP ports 445 and 25001 for remote installation
  • TCP ports 5905, 7780, 7755, 7756, 7765, 9852, 9860, 9862, 9876, 9877 for communication between components
  • TCP ports 9850 and 9851 for command line (acrocmd, acropsh) commands
  • TCP ports 443 and 902 to access the vCenter Server and ESX(i) hosts
  • TCP ports 443, 44445, and 55556 for backup to cloud
  • TCP port 6109 for Active Protection

Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud, Acronis Cyber Backup Cloud, Acronis Cyber Backup 12.5 cloud deployment, Acronis Backup 12 cloud deployment

  • TCP ports 443 and 8443 for accessing the Cyber Protection console, registering the agents, downloading the certificates, user authorization, and downloading files from the cloud storage.
  • TCP ports 5905, 7770..7800 for communication between components
  • TCP port 9850 for command line (acrocmd, acropsh) commands
  • TCP ports 445 and 25001 for remote installation
  • TCP ports 443 and 902 to access the vCenter Server and ESX(i) hosts
  • TCP port 44445 for data transfer during backup and recovery
  • TCP ports 443, 44445, and 55556 for backup to cloud
  • TCP port 6109 for Active Protection
  • TCP 3333 for VM replication

Starting with version 9.0, the following local ports are open for inbound communication on the machine where you plan to install the Cyber Protection agent:
127.0.0.1:9999
127.0.0.1:43234
127.0.0.1:9850
You don't need to open them in firewall.

See also Acronis Cyber Cloud: access ports and hostnames

Acronis Backup (Advanced) 11.7/11.5 uses the following ports:

  • TCP port 9876 for installation (local and remote) and for communication between components
  • TCP ports 445 and 25001 for remote installation
  • TCP ports 443 and 902 to access the vCenter Server and ESX(i) hosts
  • TCP ports 443, 44445, and 55556 for backup to cloud

Acronis Snap Deploy uses the following IP Addresses:

  • IPv4 multicast address: 239.255.219.45
  • IPv6 multicast address: FF05::fAA5:741E

Acronis PXE Server of Acronis Snap Deploy uses the following ports and IP address:

  • UDP ports 67, 68, 69
  • Broadcast address: 255.255.255.255

Acronis Backup & Recovery (including Acronis License Server) uses the following ports:

  • TCP port 9876
  • TCP port 25001 for remote installation

Components of Acronis True Image 9.1/Echo, Acronis Recovery for MS SQL Server, and Acronis Recovery for Microsoft Exchange use the following ports for remote operation:

  • UDP port: 9876
  • TCP port: 9876, if busy, choose at random
  • Acronis Management Console UDP port: 9877, if busy, choose at random

For the full list of remote installation prerequisites refer to the user guide of the respective product.

Do not stop Windows Firewall service on Windows Vista/7/8/10/2008/2008 R2/2012/2012 R2. You can turn the firewall features off by using the Group Policy settings described in this Microsoft TechNet article.

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FTP-server must allow passive mode for file transfers. It is recommended that you change the source computer Firewall settings to open ports 20 and 21 for both TCP and UDP protocols and disable the Routing and Remote Access Windows service.

See also Acronis Snap Deploy Network Connections during Image Deployment.

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