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Best Practices Question

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Best Practices Question

Post by rumplestiltskin »


Already using SE for a number of non-boot drive mirroring tasks and am quite happy.

For my "C" drive, I've been using Casper to clone a bootable USB drive; it does a daily "clone update" without versioning. Yes' it does boot and I can boot from it and clone back to the "C" drive if required.

However, if I wanted to use SyncBackSE for such a purpose, what is the best practice for doing so? I would imagine I'll need some sort of bootable drive separate from my SE backup(s). Will SE help me create such a drive? If not, is there an official method or, of not, a method someone is using to accomplish this properly?

Assistance appreciated. :D

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