I've submitted this issue to Acronis Support, but have not received a response. I am a current owner of True Image 10 Home and I would like to upgrade to version 11. I downloaded the trial version and tested the process of saving and restoring an image on a network share. This always works when using version 10, but the restore process always fails when I try it with version 11. From within Windows (Vista or XP -- it does not matter which), launch True Image 11, then follow the wizard to save an image on a network share. When selecting the location to save the image, provide the log-in credentials necessary to access the share. After saving the image successfully, follow the wizard to restore the image. When selecting the location where the image is stored, provide the log-in credentials necessary to access the share. On the last screen of the wizard, enter the log-in credentials for the network share. At this point, Windows must reboot. After rebooting, the restore process begins, but it appears that the log-in to the network share fails. Since there is no opportunity to log-in manually, Windows reboots without displaying a message to tell the user what went wrong. I have tried this procedure connecting to a share on a Server 2003 domain, a Windows 2000 domain and to a share on a computer that is part of a workgroup. The process fails every time. If anyone has successfully saved and restored to a network share with version 11, please let me know. This problem may happen with the demo version and not with the full version, but I have no way to know. I do not want to be forced to use the rescue disc in order to restore an image, but I would imagine that this should work even if the reboot from within Windows does not. When using the rescue disc, it is necessary to log-in manually, so I do not expect a problem. If the failure is because of a time-out during authentication, I believe the program should display an error message and prompt the user to enter the log-in credentials manually.