There is a significant defect in the Post Command capability in ATIWE (all three builds, to-date, including Build 8076 from March 17, 200. The Pre- commands work fine, but the Post- commands fail. The specific script I'm running is enclosed. It has a lot of variables (so it's customizable to my customer's needs), and reports its' progress with echo Test here >>Logfile.log. Except, those commands will not work. We do it this way, because we believe that scripts should always do proper diagnosis, and report specific reasons for failure to the end-user. In this case, we write results and diagnostic information to the log file. The temporary workaround (until Acronis addresses the problem): Use a two-stage cmd file structure: CopyTrueImage.cmd: @echo off REM Version 2.0 March 31, 2008 REM (C) 2007,2008 Carol Anne Ogdin (email@example.com) REM To overcome a clear bug in ATI Echo Workstation (v9.5), which REM limits functionality of cmd file execution. REM Use this one to show the execution history in a log file REM cmd /x /c CopyTrueImage2.cmd >LaunchCopy.cmd.log REM ...OR... REM Use this one to run without capturing execution history cmd /x /c CopyTrueImage2.cmd CopyTrueImage2.cmd: @Echo off REM Version 2.0 March 31, 2008 REM (C) 2007,2008 Carol Anne Ogdin (firstname.lastname@example.org) REM ***Description*** REM This script is invoked from Acronis Truelmage AFTER the image was created. REM It will copy the new archive from %FromTI% to the %ToTI% drive. REM If it is already occupied by a prior image, and there is a %Prior% REM folder, the prior image file(s) will be moved, replacing the even REM older image already there. REM The requirement is that when Acronis Truelmage job is created, the REM computer name must be the first characters of the file name. REM See the associated ScriptsReadMe.txt for more details REM ***Configuration section*** (Set up for your own environment) REM Local drive where local TrueImages were recently made set FromTI=X REM Name of Target computer's share where TrueImages will be copied (or blank) REM For example: \\Server\Share or \\Server\Share\Folder set ToShare= REM Specify target drive for the copy. %ToTI% must be a single letter, and REM may be blank (to kill this script) set ToTI=N REM Base names of the just-made TrueImage files set TIName=%computername%*.tib REM Synthesize a log name set AppendToLog="%~dpn0.log" REM Where Truelmage Prior copies are stored (subdirectory) set Prior=Archive REM Uncomment below to debug (will "echo" key commands, not execute) REM echo on & set debug=echo WILL REM Set Name of Computer in all uppercase set Name=MYCOMPUTER REM ***Script Starts Here*** REM Confirm we're on the right computer (otherwise, report why it won't run) if not "%Name%" == "%computername%" goto Prohibit REM Assert: We're on the proper computer REM See if we're suppressing this script by not specifying a target drive if "%ToTI%" == "" goto Fini REM If there's no backup to copy, report it and quit if not exist "%FromTI%:\%TIName%" goto NoImage REM Report state of debugging if not "%debug%"=="" echo %DATE%@%TIME%: Debug is enabled. >>%AppendToLog% REM Are we Mapping to a Share, or using another drive? if "%ToShare%" == "" goto NoMapping REM Assert: %ToShare%<>"" and %ToTI% is a single letter if not exist "%ToShare%\" goto NoShare REM Assert: %ToShare% is valid REM Map drive letter (%ToTI%) to %ToShare% on the destination REM (Input from "yes" file required in case the mapped drive is open) if exist %ToTI%:\ net use %ToTI%: /DELETE <yes net use %ToTI%: "%ToShare%" >nul :NoMapping if not exist %ToTI%:\ goto NoDrive REM Decide which function to perform (nothing, archived or deleted) set Message=not found if not exist "%ToTI%:\%TIName%" goto DoCopy REM Assert: There is a prior image, where the new copy goes. if not exist "%ToTI%:\%Prior%" goto KillOld REM Assert: There IS a folder where the immediate prior copy goes set Message=archived REM Purge even older archive file(s), if one or more exist if exist "%ToTI%:\%Prior%\%TIName%" %debug% del /q "%ToTI%:\%Prior%\%TIName%" REM Move the previously-saved image to the %Archive% folder %debug% move "%ToTI%:\%TIName%" "%ToTI%:\%Prior%\" goto DoCopy :KillOld REM Assert: There is no %ToTI%:\%Archive% folder, so delete the prior image set Message=deleted %debug% del /q "%ToTI%:\%TIName%" oCopy REM Assert: There is (now) no old %TIName% file on %ToTI% %debug% xcopy /R /Y "%FromTI%:\%TIName%" %ToTI%:\ if errorlevel 5 goto CopyError if errorlevel 4 goto InvalidError if errorlevel 2 goto UserStopped if errorlevel 1 goto CopyError goto Report REM Various messages and after-action activities :NotMapped if "%ToShare%" == "" goto NoDrive echo %DATE%@%TIME%: ERROR: The drive at %ToShare% could not be mapped to %ToTI%:. >>%AppendToLog% goto Fini :NoDrive echo %DATE%@%TIME%: WARN: Could not access drive %ToTI%:. >>%AppendToLog% goto Fini :NoShare echo %DATE%@%TIME%: ERROR: The share %ToShare% is incorrect, or offline. >>%AppendToLog% goto Fini :NoImage echo %DATE%@%TIME%: WARN: Nothing at %FromTI%:\%TIName% to be copied. >>%AppendToLog% goto Fini :UserStopped echo %DATE%@%TIME%: WARN: The user used Ctrl-C to stop the copy. >>%AppendToLog% goto CleanUp :InvalidError echo %DATE%@%TIME%: ERROR: There was a systax error or a missing file during copy to %ToTI%. >>%AppendToLog% goto CleanUp :CopyError echo %DATE%@%TIME%: ERROR: There was a fatal disk error during copy to the %ToTI%. >>%AppendToLog% goto CleanUp :Report set Dest=%ToTI if "%ToShare%" == "" set Dest=%ToTI% echo %DATE%@%TIME%: Copied %TIName% to %Dest%. A prior edition was %Message%. >>%AppendToLog% :CleanUp REM Free up the drive letter assigned before the copy if not "%ToShare%" == "" net use %ToTI%: /DELETE <yes >nul goto Fini rohibit echo ERROR: This script may only execute on %Name%. >>%AppendToLog% :Fini exit 0 A plea to Acronis: Please investigate and fix this bug. The cmd launch of the Pre- command works fine; the launch of the Post- command fails to produce output unless this workaround is employed. A plea to the reader: If you find a better way to solve this problem (or a bug in my CopyTrueImage2.cmd file, above, that causes the failure), please respond with your suggestions. Thanks for your help.