Hello- I'm using Acronis TrueImage Echo Enterprise Server 9, with Universal Restore. I have a question. I have one really old PowerEdge server with SBS2003 loaded on it. It's the DC, and hosts Exchange and a Quickbooks Database - doesnt do much else aside from hosting a few files. All we want to do is move the installation over to the new server we purchased, PowerEdge 2900, which currently has no O.S. loaded on it, then get rid of the old server. (we are trying to avoid doing any swing migrations, which is a bit above my head) I was told that the TrueImage Enterprise Echo Server 9 with Universal Restore we have could do this, so I created the boot disk then booted the old server to it, and am now compressing/creating an image of the OS partition to an external USB HD. Really all I want to know is if this will work, before I continue any further. The PowerEdge 2900 has three SAS 146GB Drives (Which I have created a RAID 5 array for), while the old server just has two IDE Raid 0 drives (i'm just copying one of two partitions, the OS partition). So, my main question is, is it possible for me to get up and running with what I have? Edit: Since no one has replied yet, I thought I'd throw in another question if you guys don't mind The process of saving the partition to USB external disk is STILL running (it's been 6 hours now!) - the partition is only 30 gigs. Will it take this long to restore the image to the new server too (I figure it's taking longer because of the normal compression, but could be wrong.) If so, is there any way, using BartPE or some other boot loader to transfer the image to the new server hard disk? (remember, the new server has no OS installed on it) Any suggestions are appreciated!!