Acronis Rescue Media BootCD (Registered) 2020 Build 20770 [Full] ((TOP))
Acronis True Image 2019 and the 2019 Rescue Media (on DVD or USB stick) will both successfully boot a Windows Server 2012 system and make a quick and efficient offline backup of the system, but they will not make a full offline backup as they do not support the option to "Secure" files and folders off the system. So if you have Acronis True Image 2019, and you boot the Acronis Rescue Media 2019 DVD or USB stick, then you will be able to use that to boot the system and make a quick and efficient offline backup of the system (as long as the system is not using a Windows System Restore point), but this will not give you a "full" or "safe" offline backup of the system. This means that if you need to make a full offline backup of your Windows Server 2012 system, then you will need to use an Acronis True Image 2020 (or later) rescue media, in combination with Acronis True Image 2020.
Acronis Rescue Media BootCD (Registered) 2020 Build 20770 [Full]
It is important to note that after a Windows 10 upgrade, if there are any remaining changes made to the system registry by the upgrade process, these will not be updated if you merely do a "Quick" backup of the system using the Acronis Rescue Media for Windows 10 or Windows Server 2016. This can only be fixed if you use the Acronis True Image 2020 rescue disk or Acronis True Image 2020 Update 2 or later (since Update 1), to do a full offline backup of the system, before making any further changes to the system.
And did you try to do the Advanced option and WinRE as well They should be the same, but would be good to confirm if it successfully creates the rescue media, or not as WinRE. The simple method defaults to Linux if it can't find or use WinRE. What's on the rescue media when it's done Is there a source folder on the root with boot.wim in it