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Rapid Recovery 6.1.2 - Replication Target for Microsoft Azure Setup Guide

Running the updated configuration script on the Azure VM

After you have run the update script, you can run the configuration script to update your Core configuration. You can also run the updated configuration script after you attach additional storage to the Azure VM, which adds the storage volume as another storage location in your DVM repository.

For more information, see the topic Running the Core configuration script from the VM desktop.

Upgrading any other target Cores

Best practice is to upgrade all target Cores before updating the source Core.

If you have target Cores other than your Azure VM target, update those Cores before updating the source Core.

For information on upgrading the Core software, see the Quest Data Protection | Rapid Recovery Installation and Upgrade Guide, including the parent topic Upgrading to Rapid Recovery and all of its sub-topics.

For more information on best practices for upgrading, including upgrading when using replication, see the Quest Data Protection | Rapid Recovery Installation and Upgrade Guide topic Upgrading factors to consider.

Upgrading source Cores that replicate to your Azure VM

Best practice is to upgrade all target Cores before updating the source Core. For more information on best practices, see the Rapid Recovery Installation and Upgrade Guide topic Upgrading factors to consider.

After upgrading your target Cores on the Azure VM, you can upgrade your source Cores that replicate to Azure.

For information on upgrading the Core software, see the Rapid Recovery Installation and Upgrade Guide, including the parent topic Upgrading to Rapid Recovery and all its sub-topics.

Setting up your replication target VM

This section describes the tasks required to set up your replication target virtual machine on Azure.

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