At a minimum, viBoot enables you to boot into the images you have made using Macrium Reflect, for validation purposes, or to retrieve data from old applications stored on a bootable image. At an enterprise level, you could recover an entire network environment in minutes.
Macrium viBoot is built upon a new device driver that presents a virtual drive contained within a Macrium Reflect image file, as a physical hard drive to the Windows storage sub-system. By using this method, Macrium viBoot is designed to allow any Windows based virtualization software that can boot from a physical drive, to boot from Macrium Reflect images files.
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Does viBoot require Windows 8.1 Pro for Hyper-V? I only have the Windows 8.1 Home.