Automating Repair Disk Management
Microsoft recommends to create a emergency repair disk whenever you make a significant change to the hardware or software in a Windows NT/2000 system. Sure, like we have time to do that. In reality these disks are rarely made because it is a manual process and extremely time-consuming. It requires Microsoft's RDISK (for Windows NT) or Backup (for Windows 2000) utilities to be run on each computer, and a separate disk used and maintained for each computer. We have something better to do, but if you don't do it, one day it will bite you in the butt.
RepairDisk Manager automates the process of creating your emergency repair disks. RepairDisk Manager provides an easy-to-use graphical interface that allows you to quickly schedule repair disk runs throughout your enterprise daily, weekly, or monthly on a regular basis. This ensures the disks get created, significantly improving your recovery time when a system crashes.
Faster disaster recovery RepairDisk Manager provides for almost instantaneous recovery and restoration of information needed to repair your systems.
Less system downtime With RepairDisk Manager, faster recovery means less system downtime - costing tons of money.
Improved Productivity RepairDisk Manager automates the process of updating vital emergency repair information, freeing you up for more critical tasks.
Reduced Costs By centrally managing your repair disk process, you can immediately realize significant cost and time savings.
"I installed your program, and did remote backups of several of our Main Servers. Then, quite by coincidence, our Student Email server stopped working all together. Fortunately, it did not go BSOD and reboots did nothing to help. I found that a wayward perl script had corrupted the registry! I then remembered that I had JUST used your RepairDisk Manager hours earlier --- and PRESTO I got a REAL LIVE Situation to use your software. The restore went without a hitch and saved me literally HOURS of hard work."
- Systems Manager
When there is a system failure on your Windows NT/2000 machines, RepairDisk Manager provides almost instantaneous recovery and restoration of repair disk information. Because the information is stored online in a central location, accessing the information is fast and easy. No more searching for the physical repair disk, if one was even created. No more spending several hours restoring a system. Now, a simple user interface guides you through the process of recovering from a potential disaster and recovering registry hives. With RepairDisk Manager, you're time won't be wasted on this mundane task, and you'll have time for more important duties.
If any part of your business is dependent upon your Windows NT and Windows 2000 systems, you can't afford downtime. In these environments, Microsoft strongly recommends using the RDISK and Backup utilities to capture and restore registry information to allow quick recovery from Windows NT/2000 failures.
RepairDisk Manager provides an automated, easy-to-use method to regularly capture the repair disk information necessary to restore your systems. This provides the protection you need to recover quickly from disaster and restore your mission-critical servers and workstations so your business continues running and your employees remain productive. And since the repair disk information is stored online in a central location, you don't need to worry about maintaining and labeling floppy disks for every computer.
Don't be caught unprepared for disaster. Ensure your emergency repair disks are generated regularly with RepairDisk Manager.