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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
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Performing a full restore for VMware VMs

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Restore > Performing a full restore for VMware VMs

For more information, see Performing a full restore of a physical machine.
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In the Working Repository pane, find the machine to restore. You can filter the machine results by inventory type, and/or search for any part of the machine name.
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On the Job Information page, enter the Job Name and Job Description.
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Click Next.
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In the Virtual Machine Name field, accept the existing VM name, or enter a new name.
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Click Next.
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For each machine, the Restore As field displays the name that will be given to the restored VM. To restore the VM with the original name, do nothing.
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Click Next.
The Compute Resource page allows you to specify the computing resource (cluster, host, vApp, or resource pool) that will run the restored virtual machine.
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Click Next.
Click the browse button and select a Compute Resource from the available options. Click OK.
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Click Next.
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In the Primary Datastore field, confirm the datastore listed, or click the browse icon and select a different datastore from the list.
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To select a different datastore for a disk, click the browse button in the Target Datastore column entry for the disk and select the applicable datastore or DRS. Click OK.
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Click Next.
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Click Next.
The Network Selection page lets you configure the virtual network to which each vNIC should be connected upon restore.
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Click Next.
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Click Next.
In vRanger, the transport determines how restore data is sent, and where the restore processing activity occurs; for more information, see VMware backup transport options. When configuring a restore job for a VMware® VM, the Restore Wizard, by default, uses the Automatic transport selection option to select the best transport method at run-time; you can also configure the transport manually by using the Using Custom transport selection option.
NOTE: The Transport Selection page is not available when restoring a physical or Hyper-V® virtual server. When restoring physical servers and Hyper-V VMs, vRanger sends the data to restore over the network from the repository. Because this method is the only one available for transporting data for physical and Hyper-V servers, the Transport Selection page of the Restore Wizard does not display.
The Restore Wizard includes an Automatic transport selection option, which lets vRanger select the best available method for your configuration. When determining the best transport, vRanger uses two key criteria:
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On the Transport Selection page, select Automatic transport selection.
If no VA is detected, click Configure Virtual Appliance to add a VA to vRanger. For more information about configuring the VA, see Understanding the vRanger virtual appliance (VA).
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Click Next.
The Custom transport selection option lets you specify both where the actual restore processing activity occurs) and which transport to use. For more information, see VMware backup transport options.
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On the Transport Selection page, select Custom transport selection.
If no VA is detected, click Configure Virtual Appliance to add a VA to vRanger. For more information about configuring the VA, see Understanding the vRanger virtual appliance (VA).
For more information, see VMware backup transport options.
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[Optional] If you want your LAN backups to be encrypted, select Use SSL encryption when transferring files over the LAN connection.
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Click Next.
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On the Options Selection page, select from the following restore options:
Force overwrite: This option overwrites any existing disk or config files of the same name as those files in the destination host.
Force power on: This option turns on the VM after the restore.
Create cluster role for restored virtual machine: This option is for Hyper-V® VMs only. It attempts to add the VM as a cluster resource of the Hyper-V host parent cluster.
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Click Next.
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On the Recurrence Schedule Selection page, select the options as described in the following table.
Daily: The daily option can be scheduled to run the report every weekday or every x number of days.
Weekly: vRanger can be configured to run on weekly intervals, from every week to every 99 weeks. The day of the week on which to run reports can be configured.
Monthly: The monthly option offers the following configurations:
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 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.
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 report to run every other month.
Yearly: The yearly option offers the following configurations:
Every [m] [x]:
m is any month of the year. This value determines the month of the year in which the report occurs.
x can be any value from 1 to 31. This value determines the day of the month on which the report occurs.
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 report occurs.
Interval: The interval option lets you select the number of days, hours, and minutes that should pass between jobs.
No end date: The job recurs until it is stopped.
End after: Select the number of occurrences.
End by: Select the date by which to end the recurrence.
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Click Next.
To add or edit email addresses, see Setting up the SMTP server.
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On the Email Notification Selection page, in the Selected column, select the address to which notifications should be sent.
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Click Next.

Starting the restore job

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On the Summary page, review the data displayed in the tree view.
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Click Finish.
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In the main vRanger UI, in the My Inventory view, select the server or host for the server you want to restore, and then select the job from the Working Inventory pane.
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In the Confirm Run Job dialog box, click Yes.
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To check progress or confirm completion, click My Jobs, and then click Recent Jobs.

Performing a full restore for Hyper-V® VMs

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Restore > Performing a full restore for Hyper-V® VMs

For more information, see Performing a full restore of a physical machine.
Selecting a VM Name & FolderSelecting a VM Name & Folder
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In the Working Repository pane, find the machine to restore. You can filter the machine results by inventory type, and/or search for any part of the machine name.
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On the Job Information page, enter the Job Name and Job Description.
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Click Next.
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Select the host from the Master Host drop-down list.
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Confirm that the path that appears in the Virtual Machine Location field is correct. To change this path, use the browse (…) button to locate and a select a new location.
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Click the Master Disk Storage Datastore browse button to locate and select the datastore to use for all VMs. The Master Datastore lets you select all datastores simultaneously.
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Click Assign.
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To select a different host for each VM, click the drop-down list in the Restore To Host column, and then select the host to which the VM should be restored.
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Click Next.
The Network Selection page lets you configure the virtual network to which each network adapters should be connected upon restore. You can configure a Master Network, which will be pre-populated as the default selection for each network adaptor in the restore job.
To use the same network for all VMs, select a host from the Master Network drop-down list to which all VMs should be restored. Click Assign.
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Click Next.
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On the Options Selection page, select from the following restore options:
Force overwrite: This option overwrites any existing disk or config files of the same name as those files in the destination host.
Force power on: This option turns on the VM after the restore.
Create cluster role for restored virtual machine: This option is for Hyper-V® VMs only. It attempts to add the VM as a cluster resource of the Hyper-V host parent cluster.
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Click Next.
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On the Recurrence Schedule Selection page, select the options as described in the following table.
Daily: The daily option can be scheduled to run the report every weekday or every x number of days.
Weekly: vRanger can be configured to run on weekly intervals, from every week to every 99 weeks. The day of the week on which to run reports can be configured.
Monthly: The monthly option offers the following configurations:
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 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.
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 report to run every other month.
Yearly: The yearly option offers the following configurations:
Every [m] [x]:
m is any month of the year. This value determines the month of the year in which the report occurs.
x can be any value from 1 to 31. This value determines the day of the month on which the report occurs.
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 report occurs.
Interval: The interval option lets you select the number of days, hours, and minutes that should pass between jobs.
No end date: The job recurs until it is stopped.
End after: Select the number of occurrences.
End by: Select the date by which to end the recurrence.
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Click Next.
To add or edit email addresses, see Setting up the SMTP server.
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On the Email Notification Selection page, in the Selected column, select the address to which notifications should be sent.
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Click Next.
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On the Summary page, review the data displayed in the tree view.
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Click Finish.
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In the main vRanger UI, in the My Inventory view, select the server or host for the server you want to restore, and then select the job from the Working Inventory pane.
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In the Confirm Run Job dialog box, click Yes.
To check progress or confirm completion, click My Jobs, and then click Recent Jobs.

Performing a full restore for VMware vApps

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Restore > Performing a full restore for VMware vApps

vRanger performs a full restore of a VMware vSphere® vApp(s)™ by using a savepoint created from a backup job. A savepoint contains point-in-time data of the vApp, including member VMs and vApp metadata. If you select an incremental savepoint from which to restore the server, a full savepoint is also restored, along with every incremental savepoint taken between the time of the full backup and the time of the selected incremental backup.
For more information, see Performing a full restore of a physical machine.
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In the Working Repository pane, select a savepoint to restore.
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On the Job Information page, enter the Job Name and Job Description.
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Click Next.
The Destination Selection page lets you configure the virtual data center (vDC) to which the VMware vSphere® vApp(s)™ savepoints are to be restored, and the name of the restored vApp.
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In the Restore vApp under vDC drop-down list, select the virtual data center to which the vApp should be restored.
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Click Next.
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In the Storage Profile drop-down list, select the applicable storage profile.
Selecting a storage profile allows VMware® vCloud Director® to select the appropriate datastore automatically based on your storage profile settings.
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To specify a datastore manually, select Any in the Storage Profile drop-down list, and select the applicable datastore in the Datastore drop-down list.
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Click Next.
In vRanger, the transport determines how restore data is sent, and where the restore processing activity occurs; for more information, see VMware backup transport options. When configuring a restore job for a VMware® VM or VMware vSphere® vApp(s)™, the Restore Wizard uses the Automatic transport selection option by default to select the best transport method automatically at run-time. You can also configure the transport manually by using the Using Custom transport selection option.
NOTE: The Transport Selection page is not available when restoring a physical or Hyper-V® virtual server. When restoring physical servers and Hyper-V VMs, vRanger sends the data to restore over the network from the repository. Because this method is the only one available for transporting data for physical and Hyper-V servers, the Transport Selection page of the Restore Wizard does not display.
The Restore Wizard includes an Automatic transport selection option, which lets vRanger select the best available method for your configuration. When determining the best transport, vRanger uses two key criteria:
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On the Transport Selection page, select Automatic transport selection.
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Click Next.
The Custom transport selection option lets you specify both where the actual restore processing activity occurs) and which transport to use. For more information, see VMware backup transport options.
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On the Transport Selection page, select Custom transport selection.
If no VA is detected, click Configure Virtual Appliance to add a VA to vRanger. For more information about configuring the VA, see Understanding the vRanger virtual appliance (VA).
For more information, see VMware backup transport options.
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[Optional] If you want your LAN backups to be encrypted, select Use SSL encryption when transferring files over the LAN connection.
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Click Next.
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On the Options Selection page, select from the following restore options:
Force overwrite: This option overwrites any existing disk or config files of the same name as those files in the destination host.
Force power on: This option turns on the vApp after the restore.
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Click Next.
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On the Recurrence Schedule Selection page, select the options as described in the following table.
Daily: The daily option can be scheduled to run the report every weekday or every x number of days.
Weekly: vRanger can be configured to run on weekly intervals, from every week to every 99 weeks. The day of the week on which to run reports can be configured.
Monthly: The monthly option offers the following configurations:
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 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.
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 report to run every other month.
Yearly: The yearly option offers the following configurations:
Every [m] [x]:
m is any month of the year. This value determines the month of the year in which the report occurs.
x can be any value from 1 to 31. This value determines the day of the month on which the report occurs.
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 report occurs.
Interval: The interval option lets you select the number of days, hours, and minutes that should pass between jobs.
No end date: The job recurs until it is stopped.
End after: Select the number of occurrences.
End by: Select the date by which to end the recurrence.
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Click Next.
To add or edit email addresses, see Setting up the SMTP server.
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On the Email Notification Selection page, in the Selected column, select the address to which notifications should be sent.
2
Click Next.
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On the Summary page, review the data displayed in the tree view.
3
Click Finish.
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In the main vRanger UI, in the My Inventory view, select the server or host for the server you want to restore, and then select the job from the Working Inventory pane.
c
In the Confirm Run Job dialog box, click Yes.
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To check progress or confirm completion, click My Jobs, and then click Recent Jobs.
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