vRanger includes the ability to back up and restore physical servers. Before you can back up a physical server, you must add it to the vRanger inventory and supply credentials with Administrator access to the server.
With a VMware® vCenter™ and a Repository configured, the next step is to schedule a backup job.
▪ Click the Add drop-down menu, and then click Backup Job.
▪ Right-click the object you want to back up, and then click Backup <selected object>.
With a VMware® vCenter™ and a VA or VAs — if necessary — configured, the next step is to configure a replication job.
▪ Click the Add drop-down menu, and then click Replication Job.
▪ Right-click the VM you want to replicate, and then click Replicate <VMname>.
Before configure vRanger, confirm that you have access to all user names, passwords, and root passwords for the VMware® ESXi™ hosts that you intend to use.
vRanger requires some basic configurations to ensure that the software functions properly. You complete the initial configuration through the Startup Wizard, which starts when you first install vRanger. If you would rather configure settings through the menu commands and icons on the main vRanger screen, you can do so. In either case, you can revise the settings at any time.
After completing the basic configuration process, you can use either the Startup Wizard or the Configuration Options dialog box to manage your settings. Although the Configuration Options dialog box offers some functionality that the Startup Wizard does not, you can use either method to manage host licensing or email server data. Only the Configuration Options dialog box lets you manage resources on the task level. Given the role that tasks play in making backup and restore jobs, this resource is vital.
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