The Live Boot™ Remote Restore method can be used for systems which are accessible over the network and have a working Linux install. This method is suitable for Restoring leased dedicated servers. Neither physical access to the server nor PXE Boot are required. In most cases, Linux OS must be (re-)installed on the server before starting Bare-Metal Restore using Live Boot™ Remote Restore. You can ask your hosting provider to install a basic Linux distribution on your dedicated server. Note that Live Boot is installed on Linux, but can be used for Restoring Backups of both Linux and Windows servers.
Read more in the Linux Bare-Metal Restore Guide and Windows Bare-Metal Restore Guide at http://wiki.r1soft.com/display/R1D/Restore.
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