This procedure describes how to designate which disks should be stored in which locations on the restored machine.
To manually map disks, you must first use DiskPart on the Command Line on the BMR target machine to create and format target volumes. For more information, see DiskPart Command-Line Options (Standard 7 SP1) on the Microsoft Developer Network.
Rapid Recovery lets you restore a machine from bare metal using an archived recovery point.
The following tasks are prerequisites for this procedure.
|Local||Local path||The current location of the archive.|
|Network||Network path||The current location of the archive.|
|User||The user name for network share access.|
|Password||The password for network share access.|
|Cloud||Cloud Type||The provider of your cloud storage location. Select from the following options:|
This procedure describes how to load drivers to the operating system on a bare metal restore (BMR) target.
To inject drivers to the operating system, you have already completed the following tasks:
After you perform a Restore, the process is not complete until you inject the drivers to the operating system on the bare metal restore (BMR) target. This task is in addition to loading drivers in the URC.
After you perform a bare metal restore (BMR), you can verify the progress of the restore. When the action is completed successfully, you can start the restored server. Some troubleshooting steps are included if you encounter difficulties connecting to the Universal Recovery Console to complete the restore, and if you need to repair startup problems with the restored machine.
You can perform the following tasks: