I've got a client using TrueImage Server on a Windows 2003 machine. The machine in question is a file server which hosts about 150GB of AutoCAD drawings. The data on that server is shared as part of a dfs replication set with two other servers, held on a RAID1 array, and also backed up twice a night, on two different 750GB firewire drives. All servers appear to have the full set of dfs replicated data, and dfs replication does not happen at night, when my TrueImage backup runs. Client workstations are shut down, so there aren't any open files. My defined TrueImage backup job is a monthly full backup and daily incremental partition-level backups of all the disk drives in this server. Recently, my client had a very minor data loss. They ran the restore process and found that the data they were looking for was simply not present in any of the backups (full, incremental, going back to the beginning of August, around 40 days of backups). Further investigation on my part revealed a large number of missing files and folders when backups are restored, something in the neighborhood of 20 - 30% of the total volume of data. My understanding is that when using the restore feature to recover to a specific day, I should be seeing all the data I have backed up, up to that date. Am I misunderstanding how TrueImage handles an Incremental restore, or am I in some kind of twilight zone where a backup of a whole partition is skipping all kinds of files and not mentioning it in the log files.