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Acronis Snap Deploy 5 Update 4 is available!

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Dear Acronis Community,

we are very happy to announce the release of Acronis Snap Deploy 5 Update 4.

Build number: 1877

With Update 4, the product offers enhancements and addresses issues found in the previous release.

What's new in Update 4

· Export and import of individual deployment settings

You can export individual deployment settings of multiple machine to a text file, mass-change the settings in this file, specify new machines with their own deployment settings to add to Acronis Snap Deploy 5 OS Deploy Server, and import the file back. This functionality can be used to maintain or update the settings of multiple machines at once.

· Support for the Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) for Windows 10, versions 1703, 1803, and 1809

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.

· Acronis Snap Deploy 5 Standalone Utility can be included in WinPE-based bootable media

A stand-alone deployment can be performed by using WinPE-based bootable media in addition to using Acronis bootable media.

· Support for the "/resize" parameter in the "deploy" command of Acronis Snap Deploy 5 Command-Line Utility

This parameter defines whether the volumes of a deployed disk will be proportionally resized on the target disk to occupy its entire space or the size of the volumes will remain as it is in the master image. This is an equivalent of the Disk space utilization setting in a deployment template.

Full release notes: EN, JP

New build is available for Download in Acronis account.

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Can you please confirm if this build has full backwards image compatibility with the past BETA and official builds?  If it does not, can you please summarize the limitations?

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> confirm if this build has full backwards image compatibility with the past BETA and official builds

Double-checked with the RnD - Yes, 1877 supports all images created with the earlier builds including the non-official builds distributed by support 

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That's good to hear. We'll have to get this into our update schedule.