Should I install Acronis TI Server on the C: partition? My server is set up as follows: Two separate disk arrays in RAID 1. The first array under RAID 1 has two partitions, c: which houses the OS and system files, and partition d: houses database files. The second disk array under RAID 1 houses a single partition containing database backups and will contain the c: partition backup image. I just want to see if it matters whether or not I install the Acronis TI Server application on the C: partition or on the E: partition. My main concern in getting the server back up and running after a crash is to get the C: partition going with all of the original settings for the OS, FTP, Websites, etc… The database files on partition d: due to the size (about 40 GB), I don’t really want that captured in an image and will restore those from the backups that are sent to drive e:. If I understand correctly, I should be able to restore the C: partition without disrupting the D: partition…Correct? Also, another question I have gathered from reading several other posts and some of the external links within those posts with regards to Dynamic drives is that there is a problem when restoring an image. Well, per my understanding and from viewing the drives via “Computer Manager”, the drives are set up as “Basic” and not dynamic. So in this case, I should not have a problem should I need to restore an image regarding destroying a dynamic link as it is not dynamic. Correct? If anyone can through out any advice either in favor or against my thinking above, I’d greatly appreciated it.