How to Create an Acronis All-in-One Boot Disk with WinPE 10 61
If you need to boot a crashed machine or a machine without any operating system and restore an image of your system, you can use an Acronis All-in-One Boot Disk with WinPE 10 61. This boot disk contains a Windows Preinstallation Environment (WinPE) with Acronis Cyber Protect plug-in that allows you to access and manage your backups. In this article, we will show you how to create such a boot disk using Acronis Bootable Media Builder.
To create an Acronis All-in-One Boot Disk with WinPE 10 61, you will need the following:
A removable drive with at least 4 GB of free space, such as an external hard drive or a USB flash drive.
A Windows 10 machine with Acronis Cyber Protect Agent installed. You can download the agent from your Acronis account or from the Management Console.
A Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) for Windows 10 version 1607 or later. You can download it from here.
An Acronis WinPE ISO Builder component. You can install it from the agent installation file by selecting Bootable Media Builder.
To create an Acronis All-in-One Boot Disk with WinPE 10 61, follow these steps:
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Launch Acronis Bootable Media Builder from C:\\Program Files\\Common Files\\Acronis\\MediaBuilder\\MediaBuilder.exe.
Click Next and select Windows PE (64-bit) as the bootable media type.
Select WinPE as the subtype of the bootable media and click Next.
Select the removable drive that you want to make bootable and click Next.
Select the components that you want to include in the bootable media. You can choose between Acronis Cyber Protect Agent or Acronis Cyber Protect Console. You can also add drivers for specific devices if needed.
Click Proceed and wait for the bootable media creation process to complete.
You have successfully created an Acronis All-in-One Boot Disk with WinPE 10 61. You can use this boot disk to boot any machine and access your backups with Acronis Cyber Protect. For more information on how to use the boot disk, see this article.
How to use Acronis Boot Disk
Once you have created an Acronis Boot Disk, you can use it to boot any machine that supports booting from a removable drive. To do so, follow these steps:
Insert the boot disk into the machine that you want to boot.
Restart the machine and press the key that opens the boot menu. The key may vary depending on the machine model and manufacturer. For example, it may be F12, F8, Esc, or Del.
Select the boot disk from the boot menu and press Enter.
Wait for the WinPE environment to load. You will see a welcome screen with two options: Acronis Cyber Protect Agent or Acronis Cyber Protect Console.
Acronis Cyber Protect Agent
If you select Acronis Cyber Protect Agent, you will be able to perform various backup and recovery tasks using the agent interface. For example, you can:
Create a backup of the entire disk, a partition, or a file.
Restore a backup to the same or a different disk.
Clone a disk to another disk.
Mount a backup as a virtual drive and browse its contents.
Validate a backup to check its integrity and consistency.
Clean up a disk by deleting unnecessary files and partitions.
To access these tasks, click on the Backup & Recovery tab on the left side of the agent interface. You can also access other tabs such as Protection Plan, Antivirus, Antimalware, and Vulnerability Assessment.
Acronis Cyber Protect Console
If you select Acronis Cyber Protect Console, you will be able to manage your backups and devices using the web-based console interface. For example, you can:
View the status and details of your devices and backups.
Create and edit protection plans for your devices and backups.
Run backup and recovery tasks on your devices remotely.
Monitor and resolve issues and alerts on your devices.
Apply patches and updates to your devices.
Scan and remove viruses and malware from your devices.
To access these features, log in to the console using your Acronis account credentials. You can also use the console to access other services such as Acronis Cloud Storage, Acronis Disaster Recovery Service, and Acronis Notary Cloud. 0efd9a6b88