FILERECOVERY 2016 Enterprise for Mac runs natively under the Mac OSX file systems 10.5 and higher, and recovers lost data and volumes from HFS/HFS+, HFS+, HFSX , HFS Wrapper, FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 and NTFS file systems. FILERECOVERY 2016 Enterprise features an easy to use wizard driven interface, allowing even the most novice users to recover data. Recover your files, photos, music and videos from almost any kind of data loss including damaged, deleted, or corrupt volumes as well as initialized disks. Will recover from local hard drives, optical media, digital media, iPOD\'s and most Smartphone’s. Also supports RAID recovery including Stripe Sets and Mirrored Drives including software RAID’s. Enterprise version supports remote access recovery via VNC - (viewer and client included). This is an advanced feature that requires knowledge of how network client access is handled. FILERECOVERY 2016 Enterprise has the ability to scan all volumes in a local machine and build a directory tree of lost and deleted files. Users can search lost and deleted files matching file name criteria. The fast scanning engine allows the file list to be built quickly with an easy to understand file manager and typical Save File dialog. Most recovered files have the ability to be previewed. All recovery operations are secure, FILERECOVERY 2016 Enterprise does not write on the drive it is scanning and saving data to any drive is possible, including network drives, removable media, etc. FILERECOVERY 2016 Enterprise gives access to all Mac OS X file systems as well as Windows formatted devices. Standard write using system API minimizes the chance of disk corruption. No file and drive size limitations. FILERECOVERY® Enterprise supports recovery of VMDK files stored on local file systems (i.e. VMware Workstation, Fusion) in either flat or sparse format hosted under Windows or Linux. All “local” VMDK images are supported.*VMDK images are virtual hard drives containing virtual operating systems running under a host system.*Note: VMDK files stored on VMFS file systems are not currently supported (i.e. VMware vSphere datacenter products).