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When running similar setups, I just include the Linux partitions in the Macrium image, I've tended to find that sufficient, though if you were running Linux for prolonged periods it may be worth sorting out some native Linux backup so that a restored image didn't lose your last Linux session entirely & you could restore from that after booting back to Linux to update personal docs etc. modified since the last run of Reflect. Native Linux disaster recovery solutions that can run on a live instance (stuff like using dattobd or LVM snapshots) tend to either be difficult & complex to set up. Or else you're required to resort to offline imaging anyway, which Macrium handles nicely from Windows, especially if you stick to ext filesystems where Macrium can do intelligent sector copy rather than falling back to backing up all blocks used or otherwise. How well Reflect handles such setups is one of the attractions of the program over competitors.