Files are copied natively and remain non-proprietary on the target. Designed to run multi-threaded allowing for simultaneous copy sessions. Graphical user interface or commands: can run from a user interface or from another initiating program or script using commands and command variables. Works with any disk or disc or network share Windows recognizes including local and external drives, network drives, virtual storage, CD drives, DVD drives, USB Flash drives, Memory cards, drives using the UDF file system and newer optical disc formats.
Individual profiles may be scheduled using a built-in scheduler interface from which scheduled tasks are created to the Windows Task Scheduler job list. Runs on Windows PCs and Windows Servers with I-O for networked PCs, network storage devices, Windows Virtual machines, Linux, IBM Domino, BlackBerry Enterprise Servers and other networked machines. Uses a incremental copying scheme based partly on file time-stamp and file system type allowing file comparisons between Windows controlled drives and non-Windows controlled drives to determine if a files should be copied or not. Non-Windows controlled devices can be Linux, Network-attached storage (NAS) devices from D-Link, Iomega, HP, Netgear, Seagate, Buffalo, Western Digital...
Double Image 7.0 can be used to backup Windows restore points, providing for external copies of one or more drives from local or networked computers based on GMT time. Incremental backup, using timestamps, is a feature that can be used during backup for any local or network device, allowing users to safely run Double Image along side other backup software on the same machine.
Double Image 7.0 provides an all in one solution for the administrator responsible for large networks; at a price that is affordable. System Administrators can backup using the straight forward user interface, command lines, or a combination of both.