1 In the vRanger UI, click My Repositories.
2 On the toolbar, click Restore from Manifest, and then click Restore from Hyper-V Savepoint Manifest File. The Restore Wizard starts.
1 On the Savepoint Manifest Selection page, do one of the following:
▪ Click Browse, and then browse to the location of the savepoint manifest.
4 Click Add.
5 Repeat through as needed for multiple savepoints.
7 On the Job Information page, enter the Job Name and Job Description.
a Select the host from the Master Host drop-down list.
b 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.
c 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.
d Click Assign.
2 To select options for individual Hyper-V® VMs, do the following:
b 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.
c To select a different datastore for each VM, click the button next to the Configuration File Location column entry.
3 To rename to VM you are restoring, enter the new name under the Restore As column.
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.
▪ To use different networks for individual VMs, select a virtual network from the connected network adapters included in the Restore To Host drop-down list for each VM to which the vNIC should be connected.