Hello all! I had a question about restoring hidden partitions using True Image 8 Enterprise Server. We use Dell servers that have a ~35mb FAT Basic partition that is hidden and installed by the Dell server setup software. Since this partition is hidden, it does not have a drive letter assigned and is used for troubleshooting server issues. The other paritions on my hard drives are C: and D:, which are Dynamic simple volumes. When True Image restores the hidden partition, it assigns it a drive letter. Natively, however, these partitions do not have drive letters assigned as they are hidden. I can remove the drive letter after the restore, but I was wondering if there was any way True Image could restore the hidden partition in the same fashion it was before the image was restored (that is, restore it with no drive letter assigned). My other problem is this...since True Image restores dynamic disk as basic disk, I have to upgrade the disk to dynamic after the restore. I have no issue with this - as it only takes a few seconds - but it also turns the hidden partition into a dynamic volume. This partition is supposed to be a Basic disk. Does any one know how I can upgrade only C: and D: to dynamic, while leaving the hidden partition as a Basic disk? This is how it is before the image is restored, and there is no option through Windows Disk Management. If anyone has any insights, I would appreciate it. Thanks!