All, Having tested the trial version of TI Echo Server I've now purchased the product - although an outstanding issue exists with RAID recognition using the RescueCD I'm confident Support will supply a workaround or custom ISO in due course. My question is one of recovery methodology. My current disaster recovery plan provides 3 options. 1. In the event of a disk hardware failure RAID1 should switch to the second drive. 2. If a corruption to OS occurs, and assuming the daily disk image to the Secure Zone is unaffected, the F11 rescue option will be attempted. This image includes both C and D partitions of the disk. 3. Two other scheduled backup tasks run each morning. Partitions C and D are imaged separately to external HD. The RescueCD will be used to restore one or both external images to recover the system. I'm wondering if there is an advantage to imaging C and D separately at option 3 or if I could just image the disk to external drive as in option 2. This will reduce the number of tasks run by one; also when the Duplicate Destination option is reincluded into the Echo Server build a single task can be used to image the disk to Secure Zone and external HD at the same time. Any thoughts?