RDX Utility for Windows
RDX Utility for Windows is free software from Tandberg Data that allows Windows users to extend value with Tandberg Data RDX removable storage. RDX Utility provides options to optimize RDX for specific storage requirements and incorporates compatibility with the latest windows and windows utilities.
Features of the RDX Utility
- Free and simple download and installation
- For Windows Users. Windows XP, Server 2003, Server 2008, Windows 8,
- Maximizes removable disk compatibility in Windows environments
- Provides better integration with Windows Explorer
- Allows the use of the Windows Backup Utility and system
- Compatibility with all RDX cartridge generations and capacities
- Compatibility with Tandberg Data RDX QuikStation
Tandberg Data’s RDX Utility along with firmware, includes a
new RDX Windows Backup mode and compatibility with newer versions of Windows,
such as Windows 8 and Server 2012.
RDX utility and firmware provides better integration with
Microsoft Windows, enabling users of Tandberg Data RDX to leverage the benefits
of the integrated Windows Backup application. With the new mode, Windows sees
the RDX as a valid disk target without the need for a third-party backup
application. Tandberg Data USB 3.0 RDX can now be used for scheduled system
backups, including bare metal disaster recovery as well as a deduplication
volume in Server 2012.
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Tandberg Data RDX Utility only has the following tests available.
Self Test performs a simple test of the device and a simple test of the cartridge, if a cartridge is inserted. Self Test is designed to determine if the host system can communicate with the device and if the device can communicate with the cartridge.
- Run Self Test without a cartridge first to determine if the device is working properly.
- Run Self Test with a cartridge to determine if the device and cartridge are both working properly
Write/Read test requires that a properly formatted cartridge is inserted into the device. The cartridge needs to have at least 1GB of free space for the test to run. Make sure the cartridge write-protect switch is set to the off position. This test writes a file then reads and compares the data in that file. When the test completes the temporary file is deleted. Write/Read Test is designed to insure that the host system is capable of doing file writes and file reads to/from a cartridge.