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NetVault Backup Plug-in for VMware 11.4.5 - User Guide

Introducing NetVault Backup Plug-in for VMware Installing the plug-in Configuring the plug-in Defining a backup strategy Using the image-level backup method Using the file-level backup method Restoring image-level backups Restoring file-level backups Troubleshooting

Starting a virtual machine

After a virtual machine is restored, it is in a turned-off state. You must start it manually. When you start the virtual machine, the OS might prompt to perform an error recovery or record the reason for the unclean shutdown. Usually, you can ignore this message and select the normal boot option.

If you start a renamed virtual machine and a dialog box is displayed that asks whether you copied the virtual machine or moved it, select the I_moved it option, and close the dialog box.

Relocating a virtual machine to an alternate ESXi Server

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Click Edit Plugin Options.
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Cluster setup: To relocate a virtual machine in a cluster setup, configure the following options on the Restore virtual machine to vCenter tab.

Recover virtual machine to vCenter

To restore a virtual machine or one or more virtual drives to the same vCenter Server or a different one, select this option.

Alternate Datastore

Specify the destination datastore name for the virtual machine. For more information about this option, see Alternate Datastore.

This option is required when relocating a virtual machine. If you do not specify this job, the restore job fails.

Standalone ESXi Server setup: To relocate a virtual machine to a standalone ESXi Server, click the Restore virtual machine to standalone ESXi host tab, and configure the following options.

Recover virtual machine to standalone ESXi host

To restore a full virtual machine or one or more virtual drives to a standalone ESXi Server, select this option.

Alternate Datastore

Specify the destination datastore name for the virtual machine. For more information about this option, see Alternate Datastore.

This option is required when relocating a virtual machine. If you do not specify this job, the restore job fails.

Host

Type the IP address or DNS name of the alternate ESXi Server host.

User Name

Specify a user account that can be used to log in to the ESXi Server. The user account must have privileges to register or create virtual machines

Password

Type the password for the user account.

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Select the Disassociate host from vCenter Server check box.

For more information, see the relevant vSphere documentation.

Restoring a virtual machine to an alternate vCenter Server

To restore a virtual machine to an alternate VMware vCenter Server, complete the following steps.

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Click Edit Plugin Options.
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Configure the applicable options in the Plug‑in for VMware Restore Options dialog box.

Alternate vCenter Address

Enter the Server Address of the alternate vCenter Server.

User Name

Specify a user account that can be used to log in to the vCenter Server. The user account must have privileges to register or create virtual machines

Password

Type the password for the user account.

Renaming a virtual machine during restore

To restore a virtual machine or its individual disks without overwriting the existing copy, you can rename the virtual machine during restore. The plug-in creates a virtual machine and restores the contents of the selected disks.

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In the Restore Rename dialog box, select the Rename To check box, and type a new name for the virtual machine in the associated box.
The name can contain a maximum of 80 characters. It cannot include any special characters (such as, / \ ? * : @ > < | " ? &). If you specify more than 80 characters or use any special character in the virtual machine name, the job reports an error and fails.
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