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vRanger 7.8.5 - User Guide

Introduction vRanger overview Configuring vRanger
Configuring vRanger through the Startup Wizard Configuring vRanger manually Supplemental instructions: additional repository types
Using vRanger Backup Restore
Restoring an encrypted VMware VM Performing a full restore for VMware VMs Performing a full restore for Hyper-V® VMs Performing a full restore for VMware vApps Performing a full restore of a physical machine Performing an FLR on Windows Performing an FLR on Linux Restoring from manifest
Replicate VMs Reports Integrating and monitoring vRanger Using the vRanger Console vAPI Cmdlet details

My Repositories view

This view displays the configured repositories and available savepoints. This view is the one from which most restore jobs are configured. It consists of the My Repositories pane on the left and the Working Repository pane on the right.

My Repositories pane

This pane displays the configured repositories in a tree structure, grouped by repository type. Repositories can be added and removed through the pane toolbar.

Catalog: After selecting a repository, click this icon to search or browse for a specific savepoint.

File Level Restore: When you want to restore an individual file from a savepoint, click this icon to access the File Level Restore dialog box.

FLR From Manifest: When you want to restore an individual file from the Manifest, click this icon.

Restore: When you click to select a backup job or savepoint in the Working Repository pane, click this icon to open the Restore Wizard.

Remove: To delete a savepoint that is selected in the Working Repository pane, click this command.

Add: Use this command to add either a repository.

Properties: This icon is the gateway to the connection information and repository credentials used to connect to the share. You can update credentials at any time.

Remove: Click this icon to open the Repository Removal Confirmation dialog box. Before removing a repository, confirm that it is not needed to store current jobs.

Working Repository pane

The Working Repository pane shows the configured repositories and the savepoints stored there. The data displayed in this pane can be filtered by inventory type and/or search criteria. Selecting the top-level vRanger Repositories node will display savepoint contents for all repositories. Selecting a specific repository displays only the contents of that repository.

The Working Repository pane groups savepoints by machine name and can be filtered by machine type or to match search results.

Search: Free-form search that filters displayed machine names based on characters entered into the search form.

Machine type: Toggles the display of savepoints based on machine type. Machine types can be selected in any combination. Options are:

Expand All: Expand all machine entries to view savepoints.

CollapseAll: Collapse all machine entries to hide savepoints.

The columns in the Working Repository pane can be re-ordered by dragging a heading and clicking the column. When you click, an arrow is displayed in the column heading, indicating the sort order — ascending or descending. Click the column heading again to change the sort order.

My Reports view

From the My Reports view you can create and manage reports and email them. The My Reports view is made up of three areas: My Reports on the left, which lists all reports for backups and restores; Working Reports on the right, which displays the report itself; and the Report Template Detail area on the lower right.

The toolbar is located under the Main toolbar — File, Tools, Help. The options on this menu are only enabled if a report is showing in the Working Reports pane, and act only on that report.

This area features several nodes in a tree structure: Backup Job Summary Report, Backup Task Report, Replicate Job Summary Report, Replicate Task Report, Restore Job Summary Report, and Restore Task Report. Under each of these nodes, all reports that you create and save are nested by type. At the top of the pane, there is a menu bar and toolbar. Within the pane itself, backup and restore reports are designated different icons.

Print: Use this icon to print the report displayed in the Working Reports pane.

Print Preview: Use this icon to review the report before printing it.

Page Setup: Use this icon to adjust the report before printing it.

Save: Use this icon to save your report as a PDF or Excel file.

Refresh: Use this icon to refresh the selected report.

Close: Use this icon to close the selected report.

The Reports pane includes nodes for the following types of reports:

You can also create a report or work with existing reports through the Reports pane toolbar icons. For more information, see Reports.

Add: Use this icon to start the process of creating a backup or restore report. This icon lets you add any of the six reports types using the Restore Wizard:

When you first open the My Reports view, this icon is the only one that is enabled.

Edit: Click this icon to open the Report Wizard and change the selected report’s configuration. Enabled only when a job is selected in My Jobs.

Remove: Click this icon to delete the selected report. Enabled only when a job is selected in My Jobs.

Run: Click this icon to run the selected report. Enabled only when a job is selected in My Jobs.

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