In TaskForce, Jumbo frames are activated by default to ensure maximum data transfer rates when imaging to a file on your server.
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This video explains how to image an NVMe drive to a file on your local network with Atola TaskForce. The image file is located on a local network. For more information about network setup and configurations, please follow this guide. Imaging of NVMe drives is possible with Atola M.2 SSD adapter.
Thunderbolt extension enables TaskForce to operate on all MacBooks with these interfaces: FireWire, Thunderbolt 2 and Thunderbolt 3 (2016 – 2017 models). There is no need to remove the SSD, Thunderbolt extension allows connecting the whole Apple laptop to TaskForce. Moreover, it is possible to work with all the recent MacBooks that have their SSDs soldered in. The extension module comes with: Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 adapter (by Apple) Thunderbolt 2 to FireWire adapter (by Apple) FireWire cable (comes in white or black color) Connecting MacBook to TaskForce unit In the Enter MacBook serial pop-up window, enter the serial number located on the bottom side of the MacBook and Read more…