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Bare Metal Restore for Win 10 Systems - Is Retrospect 15 required?

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I currently am using Retrospect 12.6.101, but I am planning to upgrade to 15 when I "free up from other things."  Right now I have a need to do a bare metal restore on a Windows 10 Pro 64 system.  The manual for Retrospect 12 talks about support for Windows 8 and 8.1 and the Microsoft ADK.  Is it safe to use a Disaster Recovery Disk created with Retrospect 12, or should I first upgrade to Retrospect 15?

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Are you restoring a client or the (Retrospect) host?

If a client, why not just try it? You have nothing to lose but some time. You're starting from scratch anyway :)

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