I have used EaseUS for several years, even before you wrote your book about it (very useful book). This week I made the unwelcome discovery that EaseUS apparently cannot recover its files over a network IF one has booted from the EaseUS emergency disk, which is what I was trying to do because I could not get my computer to boot the usual way. Recovery via the network works fine if one can use the program in a normally-booted machine. I am assuming the problem is that when booting from the emergency disk, the computer is not being connected to a network. In my opinion, this is a significant thing of which to be aware, so you may want to let your readers know. Or, am I mistaken? Do you know of a way to successfully recover files from a NAS using EaseUS when EaseUS was launched from its own bootable drive? Right now the workaround would appear to be to use another computer to copy the backup files stored on the NAS to an external drive, and then use the external drive on the PC that is booted from the emergency drive.