Metiix is sending the System State, Active Directory and all of the file and database history directly to your local storage and the Metiix Cloud, both of which are capable of restore from any particular point in time. At the destination where the restore is to take place an operator needs to present Metiix with a pre-configured base OS on new hardware before restoration can begin.


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