Hi, I own several Windows VPS machines, some running Server 2003 and 2008. They all run under XEN HVM. I have access to a control panel via SolusVM, but I am not allowed to load an ISO, or mount a recovery image. So, all my backup efforts HAD to be with a program that would allow me to start the restore process in WINDOWS and reboot to finish, in the case of the system drive or other locked volume. With my previous XEN provider, I had NO control panel access, but I was able to work with a tech and use Acronis True Image Echo Server 9.x to restore a Server 2003 VM during a migration to another data center. Now, under my latest provider, both Acronis TrueImage as well as a product called R-Drive Image FAILS during the initial restore/reboot process, and just hangs there. I don't want to use the newest Acronis software anymore, because it has become bloated. I have resorted to using RDrive Image for backing up my DATA partitions only for now, and if I must do a rebuild, I'll need to recover the system first via the Xen template, re-do my users, install my apps, and restore my data partition. However, my ideal disaster recovery scenario would be: - RELOAD BASE WINDOWS TEMPLATE - INSTALL MY IMAGING SOFTWARE WITHIN THE OS. - LAUNCH THE IMAGING SOFTWARE, CHOOSE THE SYSTEM DRIVE. - OF COURSE, I WOULD BE NOTIFIED THAT THIS DRIVE IS LOCKED, SO... - REBOOT INTO RECOVERY MODE, AND THE SYSTEM DRIVE IS RESTORED. Are there any free or inexpensive imaging tools that CAN start the restore process from Windows, and are compatible with Xen/SolusVM? Thanks!