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vRanger 7.8 - User Guide

Introduction Configuring vRanger
Configuration overview Configuring vRanger through the Startup Wizard Configuring vRanger manually Supplemental instructions: additional repository types
Using vRanger Backup Restore Replicate VMs Reports Integrating and monitoring vRanger Using the vRanger Console vAPI Cmdlet details
Add-BackupGroupEntity Add-BackupJobTemplate Add-CIFSRepository Add-DdbReplicationRepository Add-DdbRepository Add-EsxHost Add-HypervCluster Add-HypervHost Add-HypervRestoreJobTemplate Add-NFSRepository Add-NVSDRepository Add-PhysicalMachine Add-RdaRepository Add-ReplicationJobTemplate Add-RestoreFromManifestJobTemplate Add-RestoreJobTemplate Add-VirtualAppforLinuxFLR Add-VirtualAppforLinuxFLRVA Add-VirtualCenter Disable-Job Dismount-LinuxVolume Enable-Job Get-AddressBook Get-BackupGroupEntity Get-CatalogSearchData Get-CatalogStatus Get-ConfigOption Get-Connection Get-CurrentTemplateVersionID Get-Datastore Get-GlobalTransportFailover Get-InventoryEntity Get-IsInventoryRefreshing Get-Job Get-JobTemplate Get-MonitorLog Get-Network Get-PhysicalMachineDiskMap Get-Repository Get-RepositoryJob Get-RepositorySavePoint Get-RestoreDiskMap Get-SavepointDisk Get-SavepointManifest Get-Savepoints Get-TransportFailover Get-VirtualApplianceConfig Get-VirtualApplianceDeploymentStatus Get-VirtualApplianceReconfigStatus Get-VirtualMachinesUnderInventory Get-VmDisk Get-VMDKVolume Install-VirtualAppliance Mount-LinuxVolume New-BackupFlag New-BackupGroupMember New-Daily Schedule New-EmailAddress New-IntervalSchedule New-MonthlySchedule New-ReplicationFlag New-RestoreFlag New-SMTPServer New-TransportConfiguration New-VirtualAppliance New-WeeklySchedule New-YearlySchedule Remove-AllMount Remove-BackupGroupEntity Remove-BackupGroupMember Remove-Catalog Remove-DdbStorageUnit Remove-JobTemplate Remove-LinuxVolume Remove-Repository Remove-SavePoint Remove-VirtualAppliance Remove-VirtualApplianceConfiguration Run-JobsNow Run-ReplicationFailover Run-ResumeReplicationFailover Run-TestReplicationFailover Set-Cataloging Set-CBTonVM Set-LinuxVolume Set-MountPath Set-Resources Stop-vRangerJob Update-BackupJobTemplate Update-GlobalTransportFailover Update-HypervRestoreJobTemplate Update-Inventory Update-ReplicationJobTemplate Update-RestoreJobTemplate Update-VirtualAppliance Update-VirtualApplianceConfiguration
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Adding a Hyper-V System Center VMM, cluster, or host

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Configuring vRanger > Configuring vRanger manually > Adding a Hyper-V System Center VMM, cluster, or host

Complete the steps in the following procedure to add a Hyper-V® System Center VMM, cluster, or host to vRanger protection.
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In the My Inventory view, click the Hyper-V tab.
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Click the Add icon, and then click Hyper-V Host.
The Add Credentials dialog box appears.
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In the DNS Name or IP field, enter the FQDN or IP address of the Host.
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In the User Name field, enter an account for the host.
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In the User Password field, enter the password for the preceding account.
In the Port Number field, enter the preferred port you want vRanger to use to communicate with the Hyper-V host on the source server. This port must be open between vRanger and each Hyper-V server — the default is 8081.
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In the My Inventory view, click the Hyper-V tab.
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Click the Add icon, and then click Hyper-V System Center VMM.
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In the DNS Name or IP field, enter the FQDN or IP address of the Hyper-V System Center VMM.
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In the User Name field, enter the name of an account with domain administrator privileges on the System Center VMM.
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In the User Password field, enter the password for the preceding account.
In the Agent Port Number field, enter the port you want vRanger to use to communicate with the vRanger agent installed on each Hyper-V host. This port must be open between vRanger and each Hyper-V server — the default is 8081.
In the SCVMM Port Number field, enter the port you want vRanger to use to communicate with the System Center VMM server — the default is 8100. Click Connect.
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Click Next.
The VMM appears in the Hyper-V System Center Virtual Machine Managers section. The hosts managed by that VMM appear in the Hosts section.
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In the My Inventory view, click the Hyper-V tab.
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Click the Add icon, and then click Hyper-V Failover Cluster.
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In the DNS Name or IP field, enter the FQDN or IP address of the Hyper-V cluster.
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In the User Name field, enter the name of an account with domain administrator privileges on the cluster.
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In the User Password field, enter the password for the preceding account.
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In the Port Number field, enter the preferred port you want vRanger to use to communicate with the Hyper-V cluster on the source server.
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Click Connect, and then click Next.
The Hyper-V cluster appears in the Hyper-V Clusters section. The hosts managed by that cluster appear in the Hosts section.
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In the Hosts section, click Add.
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In the DNS Name or IP field, enter the FQDN or IP address of the Host.
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In the User Name field, enter an account for the host.
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In the User Password field, enter the password for the preceding account.
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In the Port Number field, enter the preferred port you want vRanger to use to communicate with the Hyper-V host on the source server.
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Click Connect.

Adding a physical server

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In the My Inventory view, click the Physical tab.
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Click the Add icon, and then click Physical Machine.
The Add Physical Machine Credentials dialog box appears.
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In the DNS Name or IP field, enter the FQDN or IP address of the server.
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In the User Name field, enter an account for the server.
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In the User Password field, enter the password for the preceding account.
In the Agent Location field, enter the preferred directory — on the physical machine — to which the physical client should be installed. The default is C:\Program Files\Quest\vRangerPhysicalClient.
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In the Port Number field, enter the preferred port for vRanger to use to communicate with the physical client on the source server.
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Click Connect.
The file is located in the Service subdirectory of the vRanger installation folder. The default is C:\Program Files\Quest\vRanger\Service.
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From the source server’s command line, run the vRangerPhysicalClient.exe command modified by the following parameters:
USERNAME: Enter the name for an account with administrative Log on as a service rights on the source server.
PASSWORD: Enter the password for the preceding account.
DOMAIN: [Optional] If no value is entered, the preceding account is considered a local account. If you use a network account, enter the domain for the account here.
INSTALL_DIR: [Optional] The default is C:\Program Files\Quest\vRangerPhysicalClient.
PORT: [Optional] The default is 51000

Adding a repository

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In the Add Windows Network Share Repository dialog box, complete the following fields:
Repository Name: Enter a name for the repository.
Description: [Optional] Enter a long-form description for the repository.
User Name and Password: Enter the credentials for accessing the CIFS share.
Security Protocol: Select a protocol, NTLM (default) or NTLMv2.
Server: Enter the path to the preferred directory. Alternatively, you may enter the server IP or DNS name and click Browse, and browse to the correct path.
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If you want these backups password-protected, select Encrypt all backups to this repository, enter a Password for the encrypted repository, and then confirm the password by re-entering it.
CAUTION: If you use the Encrypt all backups to this repository feature, make certain to retain the password you enter. There is no back-door or administrator-level password. If the password is unknown, the backups are not usable.
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Managing repository replication

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Configuring vRanger > Configuring vRanger manually > Managing repository replication

If you are using Quest RDA or EMC® Data Domain® Boost (DD Boost™) repositories, you can also set up repository replication with another repository of the same type. For information on adding these types of repositories, see Adding an EMC Data Domain Boost (DD Boost) repository and Adding a Quest Rapid Data Access (RDA) repository.
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Under the Repositories node, select Replication.
TIP: You may also right-click the target repository in the My Repositories pane, and select Repository Replication Options.
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Select Enable savepoint replication for a successful backup job task, and click Ok.
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Under the Repositories node, select Replication.
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In the Repository Replication Configuration pane, find the Repository Name column, and select the applicable repository.
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Select Schedule repository synchronization.
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Start: In the drop-down list, select the time for the replication task to begin.
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Recurrence Pattern: Establish how often the changes should be synchronized. There are five options within this section:
Daily: The daily option can be scheduled to synchronize the repository every weekday or every x number of days.
Weekly: Repository synchronization can be configured to run on weekly intervals, from every week to every 99 weeks. The day of the week on which to run synchronization tasks can be configured.
Monthly: The monthly option offers the following configurations:
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Day [x] of every [y] month:
x can be any value from 1 to 31. This value determines the day of the month on which the synchronization job occurs.
y can be any value from 1 to 99. This value determines the monthly interval — for example, every two months sets the job to run every other month.
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The [f] [d] of every [y] month(s):
f can be either: first, second, third, fourth or last.
d can be: weekday, weekend day, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, or Saturday.
y can be any value from 1 to 99. This value determines the monthly interval — for example, every two months sets the synchronization task to run every other month.
Yearly: The yearly option offers the following configurations:
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Every [m] [x]:
m is any month of the year. This value determines the month of the year in which the synchronization occurs.
x can be any value from 1 to 31. This value determines the day of the month on which the synchronization occurs.
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The [f] [d] of [m]:
f can be either: first, second, third, fourth, or last.
d can be: day, weekday, weekend day, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, or Saturday.
m is any month of the year. This value determines the month of the year in which the synchronization occurs.
Interval: The interval option lets you select the number of days, hours, and minutes that should pass between backup jobs. The interval selected must be greater than or equal to five minutes.
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Click OK to schedule the job.
On the Main toolbar, click Tools > Options. Under the Repositories node, select Replication.
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Clear the check box for Enable savepoint replication for a successful backup job task or Schedule repository synchronization, or both.
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In the My Repositories pane, right-click the replication repository, and click Remove.
IMPORTANT: Ensure that Delete all savepoints in this repository is not selected.
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In the My Repositories pane, click Add.
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Select the appropriate repository type — either EMC Data Domain Boost or Quest Rapid Data Access (RDA).
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Complete the Add Repository dialog box as appropriate for your repository type, and click OK.
Use the information in Adding an EMC Data Domain Boost (DD Boost) repository or Adding a Quest Rapid Data Access (RDA) repository as required.
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When vRanger detects that the repository being added contains savepoint data and displays the Warning: Existing Repository Found dialog box, click Import to reconfigure the repository as a primary repository.
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