As Rackspace Cloud Server Actually Supports All Kind of Possible Freedom, it is Possible to Use AOMEI OneKey Recovery For Server Recovery. As Microsoft Windows is a Paid OS and Very Feeble, Run Somehow as Ported Version From OpenVMS OS, we can not recommend Microsoft Windows to use as Server OS. AOMEI OneKey Recovery is a Freeware and intended for desktop. But, basically the difference of a desktop OS and Server OS is very feeble.
apt-get install ubuntu-gnome-desktop converts a Server to a Remote Desktop. As Microsoft Windows instance costs a huge per hour, possibly you’ll need to shift to Linux system. During Shifting, you might need a recovery software. Microsoft Windows is not GNU Linux that you can easily you can put on recovery mode and work plus Microsoft’s abnormal Licensing model prohibits to run one copy of Microsoft Windows on another Host Operating System.
Rackspace Cloud Server and AOMEI OneKey Recovery
Rackspace Cloud supports custom boot. It is fully illegal and Rackspace or we or AOMEI has no support :
AOMEI OneKey Recovery is powerful software. We checked their many softwares, actually they develop good softwares. They develop for closed source software. AOMEI OneKey Recovery is a tool which can help to create a separate recovery partition on other SSD and restore your OS in the event that something goes wrong with your server and even the OS cannot boot up.Advertisement
Rackspace Cloud Server and AOMEI OneKey Recovery : Problems
Linux Server’s recovery mode and Windows Server’s Recovery mode has huge difference. Linux Server’s recovery mode has 100% warranty to get back the stuffs. AOMEI OneKey Recovery officially only supports localhost system, the server edition of the program can support Server system. The program is smart and relatively straightforward to use. You can use it by some basic modification (which we will not disclose, it will become a hacking guide; which is illegal).
You can try on Virtualbox on Mac or Linux with Trial version of Windows, actually; it can be made working. This is basically not for abusing the things, it is an idea for any extreme situation where the default Windows Server’s Recovery mode is failing and you are forced to take file level backup. By the way, you have to take permission from Rackspace in such situation.
In recent versions of Windows, setting up port forwarding of file shares over SSH is now more difficult. If you are not an advanced user, you have to do lot of trial and error. There are backdoor tricks for mounting VHDs. If it was Linux, it would be 100% legal.
SConfig is the control for the GUI.
This hint is like Create a bootable Windows 7 DVD for OEM PCs not supplied with installation disk. We provided steps there, as Rackspace was not present in between. Microsoft can not hide the features of OpenVMS, like Apple can not hide the features of UNIX.