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Acronis Snap Deploy 6.0 Build 3640 Update 1

Acronis Snap Deploy 6.0 Build 3640 Update 1
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Acronis Snap Deploy software deploys an exact Disk Image of a master machine to multiple systems simultaneously via multi-cast. That make it ideal for rapid bare-metal installations onto servers and PCs.

It creates an exact disk image of a standard configuration you choose, including the Operating System, configuration files data and all applications. Then deploys that image to multiple systems simultaneously, making it ideal for rapid bare-metal installations onto servers and PCs.

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With Acronis Snap Deploy you can set up new PCs and servers with standard configurations quickly. Return PCs and servers to a desired state easily by redeploying a master image.

Perform manual or scheduled reimaging of machines in large enterprise, an educational institution, training centers or a government agency.

The software is powered by the Acronis AnyData Engine and leverages advanced snapshot technology to reimage multiple machines – both on-site and offsite – in a few quick steps. Now you can deploy or reimage all your laptops, desktops and servers quickly and easily, while significantly driving down costs.

In addition to initial system deployments across larger environments, this software is the ideal solution for ongoing system provisioning and maintenance. This is particularly useful for educational institutions and training/lab environments. If you regularly reconfigure your existing hardware, you can upgrade or reset your entire environment in the time it takes to deploy a single machine!

Acronis Snap Deploy Top Features:

  • High-Speed Dispatch. From a single, central dashboard, you can rapidly deploy a single image to multiple systems via unicast or multicast.
  • Flexible Deployment Methods. Choose from four deployment methods (manual, automatic, user-initiated, and scheduled deployment). You can also deploy a standalone image even if your system is not on a network. Additionally, our Wake-On-LAN setting automatically boots your PCs for deployment, ensuring that you always stay on schedule.
  • Multiple Operating System Support. Deploy to Windows and Linux servers, PCs, and Windows tablets.
  • Different Hardware Support. Deploy the same image to dissimilar hardware (even different Intel-based machines). Acronis Snap Deploy copies and injects the appropriate information, HAL, and drivers necessary for initial booting of the disk image.
  • Post-Deployment Customization. After deployment, use Acronis Snap Deploy to modify and tweak Windows settings (machine names, IP addresses, domain membership, and more).
  • Machine-specific Configurations. Assign individual settings to each PC or server to ensure they all receive an appropriately tailored configuration. You can monitor the progress and status with our convenient ‘new machines’ list and pre-configure new machines identified by their MAC address.
  • Boot Control. In preparation for deployment, you can boot your machines from customizable media (CD, DVD, flash drive), or from an Acronis PXE Server with network boot. You can also choose a Linux or WinPE bootable environment. In addition, you can add necessary drivers to WinPE media to ensure that your deployment works on your new hardware.

What’s new in Acronis Snap Deploy 6.0 Build 3640:

  • Simultaneous deployment tasks. It is now possible to create and run multiple deployment tasks on a single OS Deploy Server in parallel, thus allowing to deploy different master images to different machines simultaneously. You can also configure multicast addresses range used by OS Deploy Server to minimize networking conflicts, for example when you run 2 or more OS Deploy Servers in the same network.
  • Deployment via “Task Name” option. This option solves the scenarios where you need to deploy multiple different master images to different target machines simultaneously and avoid situations where any machine gets a wrong master image.. With this option enabled in the deployment task, the machines will be deployed only if they have a value for the “Task name” parameter configured before connecting to the OS Deploy Server, and this value matches the deployment task name.
  • Deployment from TIBX archives. Archives created by Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud and Acronis Cyber Protect 15 can now be used as master images for deployment.
  • Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022 support. Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022 are now supported for both installation of Acronis Snap Deploy 6 components and for creation/deployment of the master images.

What’s new in Acronis Snap Deploy 6.0 Build 3030:

  • Deployment over WiFi networksIt is now possible to configure automatic connection of Acronis Snap Deploy 6 bootable media to WiFi networks and perform multicast and unicast deployments. The WiFi configuration is defined when creating the bootable media via Media Builder or right in the bootable media UI.
  • 64-bit architectureThe product can be installed as native 64-bit application, thus ensuring compatibility with Acronis Cyber Protect 15 and Acronis Cyber Backup 12.5: you can install components altogether on the same machine, including PXE server compatibility.
  • Windows activation after deploymentYou can specify a unique Windows activation key to be used per each target machine for Windows activation after deployment. This key is defined as “individual machine” setting.
  • Preserve original machine name after deploymentWhen performing Online Deployment, the guest OS machine name can now be optionally inherited from the OS rather than taken from the master image
  • Correct licenses assignment when deploying to machines connected via docking stationThe machines connected to a docking station share the same MAC address which caused licensing issues when tracking deployment usage, for example for tablets. Now this problem is gone with the new licensing algorithm which tracks machine BIOS ID in addition to MAC address for truly unique identification.
  • VLAN tags support in bootable mediaThe bootable media now inherits the VLAN settings from Windows where Media Builder was ru

What’s new in Acronis Snap Deploy 5.0 Build 2028 – Update 5:

  • Sector-by-sector imaging mode. If this option is enabled, the master image will contain all sectors of the selected disks or volumes, including unallocated space and those sectors that are free of data. During the deployment, these disks or volumes will be copied to the target machine “as is”, without volume resizing.
  • Support for the Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) for Windows 10, version 1903. You can use the latest Windows ADK versions for Windows 10 to create WinPE-based bootable media with the Acronis Snap Deploy 5 PE Builder wizard.
  • Support for Windows Server 2019. Acronis Snap Deploy 5 Update 5 now supports installation of its components, including OS Deploy Server, PXE Server, and other, onto Windows Server 2019 as well as capturing and deployment images of this OS.

Issues fixed in Update 5

  • [ASD-4169] Deployment of a master image to a non-initialized disk may fail when using the Standalone Deployment tool in Linux-based bootable media environments.
  • [ASD-4149] Deployment of a master image spanned across multiple removable media (multiple CD/DVDs) is not possible via standalone media.
  • [ASD-4041] Deployment of the master image to a non-initialized disk may fail with the “Failed to assign volume” error.
  • [ASD-4035] Deployment of the GPT-based Windows 10 image may result in the change of partition order on the target system (MSR partition is always placed first).
  • [ASD-4031] Deployment of the GPT-based Windows 10 image onto the GPT disk onto the disk of the same size as original fails when using deployment “as is” (without resize) method.
  • [ASD-4020] When enabling the “User-initiated deployment” mode, the “Start operating system” (upon timeout) option settings are not applied to the machines booted from Acronis PXE server.
  • [ASD-3875] The “User accounts” settings specified in the deployment template incorrectly override the “User accounts” parameters from the individual settings defined for this machine.
  • [ASD-3869] Linux-based bootable media fail to boot on Gen2 Hyper-V virtual machine.
  • [ASD-3833] Deployment to the target system booted into Acronis Snap Deploy 5 Agent via a USB flash drive, with the default settings may fail with “Failed to resolve target disk” -> “Cannot deploy to bootable media” errors due to improper detection of disk order caused by presence of the USB media.
  • [ASD-3820] The Ubuntu source system which contains the ‘ext4’ file system may become unbootable after deployment to the same machine.
  • [ASD-3819] Deployment of the Ubuntu system which contains the ‘ext4’ file system shows improper deployment progress.
  • [ASD-3616] ISO images created by Acronis Media Builder cannot be saved to the USB flash drives by 3rd party tools (for example Rufus) due to the incompatible ISO image format.
  • [ASD-3366] The master image captured from systems which contain the ‘ext4’ file system is always performed in the sector-by-sector mode, while it should not.
  • [ASD-3350] The “Run file on target machine” checkbox setting under the “Files to transfer” deployment setting is not saved in GUI when trying to edit this setting.
  • [ASD-3155] When performing standalone deployment or deployment via the ASDCMD utility of a master image split on two or more CD/DVD discs, the discs need to be swapped multiple times.

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System Requirements:

Install on:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2016
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 / 2012
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 / 2008
  • Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 / 2003
  • Microsoft Windows 10 / 8.1 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP


  • Microsoft Windows Server 2016
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 / 2012
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 / 2008
  • Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 / 2003
  • Microsoft Windows 10 / 8.1 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP
  • Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional
  • Microsoft Windows 98/ME/NT
  • Microsoft Windows 2000 Server
  • Linux (kernel 2.4.9 and later)

File systems:

  • FAT16 / FAT32
  • NTFS
  • Ext2 / Ext3 / Ext4
  • ReiserFS / ReiserF4
  • XFS
  • JFS
  • Other file systems (sector-by-sector)

Store Images on:

  • Local folder (HDD)
  • Network share
  • USB Flash Drive