FileRestore for Networks includes the same award winning functionality as FileRestore Professional, but, now you can also do it locally and remotely!
NEW - Recover files from a computer that will not boot with the FileRestore for Networks BootDisk - Read More
NEW - Recover files from the new multi-terabyte Advanced Format disks. This includes internal and external multi-terabyte disks without 512 byte sector emulation, allowing FileRestore to recover data from any hard disk type on the market today.
When data is lost from a remote computer, the administrator launches FileRestore for Networks, selects the remote PC or Server, connects to it, selects the drive from the recovery console and scans the drive for the lost files. The detected files may be previewed, recovered and saved to any location on the network.
- Any Windows, PC or Server, on the local area or wide area network.
- Any remote PC or Server that is available over the Internet e.g. via VPN.
- Any RAID configuration.
- USB devices including memory sticks, pen drives, etc.
- Personal music and video players, including iPods, PSPs, Zune, etc.
- Digital cameras, camera cards, etc.
- Virtual drives e.g. VMware desktop and server virtualization drives.
- FileRestore for Networks image (.bin) files.
- Any type of storage media, including non-Windows file system drives that are recognisable to Windows as a drive.
FileRestore for Networks is the solution for recovering deleted or lost files, and their folder structures, from any digital storage media on the network. FileRestore for Networks supports FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 (floppy disks, digital cameras, music players, memory sticks, etc.), NTFS file systems (hard disk drives) and non-Windows file systems e.g. HFS, HFS+.
- Deleted files and folders that have been removed from the Recycle Bin.
- Files from drives that have been re-formatted, including instances where a new operating system has been installed.
- Files and folders from deleted partitions.
- All file types including digital photos, spreadsheets, Word documents, music files, video files, databases, presentations, etc.
- Files and folders that have been deleted and have bypassed the Windows recycle bin, e.g. via the command line or shared network files.
- Corrupted drives. FileRestore for Networks will recover all files from a corrupt drive including active files, lost files, and their folder structures.