We just purchase two Enterprise licenses, one for each of our servers.. Our configuration is as follows (Same for each server): * Dell 3.20GHZ Dual Xeon, 1GB Ram, Locally attached SCSI drives * Windows 2003 Advanced Server * Acronis TI 9.1 Build 3,832, with Universal Restore Option * NAS (network Attached Storage) 1TB Iomega StorCenter (attached via 1GB Ethernet - Point to Point) - Configured as RAID 1 (so 500GB effective storage) We have Acronis Enterprise Server installed on both machines, backing up the server volumes to the NAS Storage.. The only odd point is that we are creating SPLIT archives (in 650MB increments). We are doing this so that the StorCenters are able to locally back up the RAID volume to an external USB drive which is FAT32. (FAT32 is limited that no SINGLE file may be >=4GB). All of the Archives are located in a SINGLE folder.. They have not be renamed, manipulated, or bothered in any way.. Now.. The trouble is... All appears to backup fine.. No errors reported by TI.. BUT, when we try to mount the archive, TI says it is NOT a valid image file or is corrupt... This happens on BOTH servers, on ALL archives we have attempted (about 10 each server now).. I do not think that this is a hardware trouble (or a memory trouble).. These servers have been running for over 2.5 years with no issues.. Does anyone have an idea what could be happening? Or has anyone else seen/resolved these issues? Thanks in advance, Chris Aiken Control Logic Inc.