My first posting here, but I've been a Windows Secrets/LangaList subscriber for many years.
I've recently bought a new PC and installed Win 7 Home 64 Bit and when happy with the basic install of my regular apps I followed Fred's instructions from Windows Secrets Newsletter 'Build a complete Windows 7 safety net'.
Today I needed to restore the AppData folder from this backup, but virtually every file is skipped, so I'm wondering what's the point of being able to backup this data if Windows then prevents me from restoring it.
I did find some information relating to having to take ownership of the AppData folder, but surely a user shouldn't have to perform these kinds of things to restore their data, it should just work.
At the moment I don't feel very confident of this Windows 7 Safety Net, if the data restore is flaky, can I trust the System Image?