Both Microsoft Windows System Restore and Symantec System Recovery (SSR) 2013 can create recovery points. Which two recovery point characteristics apply to
SSR as opposed to Microsoft Windows System Restore? (Select two.)
Recovery points are unusable for restore if the volume gets corrupted.
Recovery points use 512-bit AES encryption.
Recovery points are created using the System Recovery feature.
Recovery points are created for the entire volume.
Recovery points can be saved to different locations.