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Old 11-08-2016, 12:05 PM
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Feature Request: Clone Whole Disk

I have two volumes on my disk, the main boot volume and TTP's eDrive (actually, I think there's a 3rd, the OS's recovery volume), and some users may have even more. SD only clones 1 volume (obviously, I back only my main volume up). It would be great if SD could back up a whole disk.
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Thanks for the suggestion! We are, though, trying to backup a volume at a time... and some volumes (e.g. TTP's eDrive) are likely proprietary and as such would require specific (and fragile) support unless copied at the block level. Not sure that's something we'd want to do.
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