Veritas NetBackup™ for Hyper-V Administrator's Guide
- Notes and prerequisites
- Configure NetBackup communication with Hyper-V
- Configure NetBackup policies for Hyper-V
- Backup options on the Hyper-V tab
- Hyper-V - Advanced Attributes
- Browse for Hyper-V virtual machines
- Configure Hyper-V Intelligent Policies
- NetBackup Hyper-V for SCVMM
- Windows Server failover cluster support
- Virtual machine maintenance after a restore
- Back up and restore Hyper-V
- Restoring individual files to a shared location on the virtual machine
- Use Accelerator to back up Hyper-V
- Best practices and more information
- NetBackup logs for Hyper-V and how to create them
- Errors during policy creation
- NetBackup status codes related to Hyper-V
- Appendix A. VSS backup method: Hyper-V online and offline backups
- Appendix B. Hyper-V pass-through disks
- Appendix C. NetBackup commands to back up and restore Hyper-V virtual machines
- Examples of nbrestorevm for restoring VMs to Hyper-V
Restore Marked Files dialog for restore of individual files
Select from the following options on the Restore Marked Files dialog.
Table: Options for individual file restore on the Restore Marked Files dialog box
Select from the following options.
Restores the folders and files to the location where they resided when the backup occurred.
Restores the folders and files with their original hierarchy, but to a different location.
Use the Destination field to enter the restore location.
Clickto browse to the restore location.
If the original volume at the time of backup (such as E:\) does not exist on the destination client for this restore, the restore fails.
Restores the folders and files to individually designated locations. To designate a restore destination for each source folder, double click on its row.
This option is not implemented.
Most of these options do not apply to the restore of a Hyper-V virtual machine.
If any of the files to restore already exist at the restore destination, the restore overwrites the existing files.
If any of the files to restore already exist at the restore destination, the restore does not overwrite those files. Restores only the files that do not already exist at the destination.
Determines the restore job's priority for restore resources. A higher priority means that NetBackup assigns the first available drive to the first restore job with the highest priority. Enter a number (maximum 99999). The default for all restore jobs is 0, the lowest priority possible. Any restore job with a priority greater than zero has priority over the default setting.
You can use this option to select a media server that has access to the storage unit that contains the backup image. An example of such an environment is a Media Server Deduplication Pool (MSDP) with multiple media servers.
If the storage unit that contains the backup image is not shared with multiple media servers, this option is grayed out.