Tableau Forensic

OpenText Tableau Forensic TD2u Duplicator

Leverage cost-effective, reliable forensic imaging of physical media for investigations

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Overview

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OpenText™ Tableau Forensic TD2u Duplicator provides cost effective, reliable standalone forensic imaging of physical media for digital forensic investigations.

Why choose OpenText Tableau Forensic TD2u Duplicator?

  • Court acceptance

    Rely on a recognized world leader in forensic hardware data acquisitions with a 15+ year history of court acceptance.

  • Balanced features and affordability

    Deliver reliable forensic imaging, maximized performance and ease of use at a budget-friendly price.

  • Free firmware updates

    Leverage new product features and enhancements with free, regular firmware upgrades for all Tableau Forensic products through an easy-to-use utility.

How Tableau Forensic TD2u Duplicator can benefit business

Discover the advantages of using Tableau Forensic TD2u Duplicator.

  • Minimize training requirements

    Provides an intuitive user interface and status indicators to save time and training requirements, ensuring any level of investigator can carry out imaging operations.

  • Preserve budgets

    Provide standard operations required for standalone forensic imaging at a budget-friendly price point, supporting smaller scale workloads in investigations.

  • Portable device

    Leverage a small, ruggedized form factor that is easily transported to the field for on-scene imaging operations or used in labs with limited desktop space.

  • Preserve forensic integrity

    Secure evidence integrity with simultaneous hashing and detailed logs and prevent unintended changes to suspect media with intuitive defaults, preconditions and checks.

Features

  • SATA, SAS, USB, and IDE storage imaging

    Supports a variety of common media types found in investigations, including SATA, USB and IDE hard disks natively, as well as SAS drives utilizing the SAS expansion module.
  • Color LCD and LED status lights

    Provides an intuitive user interface and nine LED lights to show statuses of power, source drive detection, destination drive detection and activity.

  • Fast imaging operations

    Delivers imaging speeds in excess of 16 GB/minute and wiping speeds in excess of 25 GB/minute so investigators can quickly conduct local imaging operations.
  • Forensic mode

    To ensure forensic integrity in all imaging operations, TD2u defaults to Forensic mode, enabling simultaneous MD5 and SHA-1 hashing and ensuring clarity on whether or not hashing has been enabled.

  • Disk duplication support

    Offers output options for up to three destinations per job (with disk-to-disk cloning and disk-to-file imaging capabilities and allows for combined clone/image duplication.
  • Multiple language support

    Supports five languages to allow investigators to conduct imaging operations in their preferred language.

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Tableau Forensic TD2u Duplicator resources

Tableau Forensic firmware update - installer

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Tableau Forensic Imager - installer

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Field acquisition of a hard drive

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Automated collections for non-technical users

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Tableau Forensic TD2u quick reference guide

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Tableau Forensic Bridges

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Tableau Forensic Adapters & Accessories

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