The Rapid Recovery Universal Recovery Console (URC) comes with some new tools and features.
This KB provides a summary of what they are and their uses:
URC USER INTERFACE:
Boot CD Driver Manager: View currently loaded drivers, and add additional drivers if necessary.
Existing Windows Driver Manager: Gives the option to Repair Boot Problems if they are encountered at booting.
Restore from Archive: Ability to restore directly from an archive stored on local storage, network shares, or on cloud storage.
Far Manager: This tool is similar to Windows Explorer.It provides a way to browse for files on the server until you complete the BMR and install an operating system with it's own browsing function, such as Windows Explorer.
Chromium: This browser is the open source basis for Google Chrome, and lets you browse the internet on a server that has a network controller loaded through the URC.
PuTTy: This tool is an open-source terminal emulator. In the context of the Rapid Recovery BMR, it lets you connect to a NAS storage device that does not include a user interface.
Notepad: As in Windows operating system, this tool lets you type unformatted notes and view log files.
Task Manager: As in widows operating system, this tool lets you manage processes and monitor the performance of the server while the restore is in progress.
Registry Editor: As in windows operating system, this tool lets you change the system registry of the BMR target.
Command Prompt: This tool lets you perform commands on the BMR target outside of the URC until you install a user interface.