All editions of Macrium Reflect™ supports MBR and GPT disks. Only the Professional and Server editions offer support for Dynamic volumes.
To preserve the existing disk type (MBR or GPT), either
1. Copy or drag the source partition(s) to an empty target disk.
Note: If the target disk has existing partitions then these can be removed, prior to cloning, by selecting them and clicking the 'Delete existing partitions' link.
2. Overwrite all existing partitions by clicking the 'Copy selected partitions' link.
Summary: If the result of the clone/restore leaves existing partitions on the target disk then target partition type (MBR or GPT) remains unchanged.
It is dynamic volumes that are cloned or restored, not the disks.
If the target disk contains a dynamic volume (or volumes) and the source disk is either MBR or GPT then the target disk type will not change from dynamic after the clone/restore operation.
A target dynamic volume cannot be resized so the 'Restored partition properties' link will not be available in this case.
If the source disk contains a dynamic volume (or volumes) then the partition/volume check boxes and 'Copy selected partitions' link are not available.
Dynamic volumes must be dragged and dropped to the destination disk.