Table 1. Available features Windows® file-level restore (FLR) Linux® FLR For VM backup, a license for vRanger controls the number of source CPUs that you can configure for backup. For licensing purposes, a multi-core processor is counted as a single CPU. For physical backup, each server protected consumes one physical backup license.
You may evaluate vRanger using the trial license included with the product. The trial provides the following vRanger functionality:To continue using vRanger past the trial period, you must purchase a license and import the new license key provided to you by Quest. If you do not receive your license key, visit https://support.quest.com/licensing-assistance.Sometimes, it may be necessary to expand the scope of a trial license (add more CPUs for replication for example), extend the duration of a trial, or test a new feature with an already licensed version of vRanger. Starting with vRanger 6.1, you may add an extended trial license to temporarily augment the duration or scope of your existing license.
vRanger is available in three versions: vRanger SE, vRanger Backup & Replication, and vReplicator. Outside of an extended trial period — for more information, see Extended trial licenses — only one version of vRanger can be licensed on a machine at any one time. For example, you cannot license vRanger SE and vReplicator on the same machine.