2 Click Next.
In the VA Deployment Options dialog box, you can configure the VA’s name and allocated resources. Also, you can configure the size of the VA’s scratch disk. For more information, see .
1 In the Virtual Appliance Properties section, confirm the VA Name — edit as required.
2 In the Virtual Appliance Option section, configure the resources allocated to the VA.
▪ Minimum Required: This setting allocates one CPU and 512 MB of RAM. This entry is sufficient for two concurrent tasks per VA.
▪ Quest Recommended: This setting allocates two CPUs and 1 GB of RAM. This entry is sufficient for four concurrent tasks per VA.
▪ Quest Recommended (with RDA repository): This setting allocates four CPUs and 2 GB of RAM. This entry is sufficient for running tasks going to RDA repositories.
▪ Custom Setting: Select this value to configure the VA with higher resources for five or more concurrent tasks per VA.
3 In the VA Datastore field, select the datastore for the VA’s primary disk.
4 In the VM Storage Policy field, select the desired storage policy for the VA. Compatible storage policies for the selected Datastore are presented. The default selection is Datastore Default.
5 In the Network Assignment field, select the network for the VA’s primary NIC.
Select Use this virtual appliance for replication and configure the scratch disk size and datastore location. Use the information in to guide you.
NOTE: If you are upgrading an existing VA and want to migrate the scratch disk, do not select this option. For more information, see the topic on upgrading the vRanger VA in the Quest vRanger Installation/Upgrade Guide.
▪ In the VA Password and Confirm password field, enter a new password for the VA. If you change the password, this password becomes the default for subsequent VA deployments performed during this session.
▪ Leave the default password of vzroot1.
8 If you want to perform FLR from backups of Linux® VMs, configure a VA to use for Linux FLR.
Select Use virtual appliance for Linux File Level Restore.
▪ Use DHCP for IP assignment automatically assigns IP settings to the VA if a DHCP server is available.
▪ Use Static IP lets you deploy the VA with a manual IP configuration.
▪ Obtain the DNS server address automatically uses the DNS settings provided by your DHCP server.
▪ Use the following DNS server address lets you specify DNS settings manually.
3 Click Next.