Veritas NetBackup™ for VMware Administrator's Guide
- Required tasks: overview
- Notes and prerequisites
- Configure NetBackup communication with VMware
- Adding NetBackup credentials for VMware
- Configure NetBackup policies for VMware
- VMware backup options
- Exclude Disks tab
- Configure a VMware Intelligent Policy
- Reduce the size of backups
- Back up virtual machines
- Use Accelerator to back up virtual machines
- Restore virtual machines
- Restoring the full VMware virtual machine
- Virtual Machine Recovery dialog boxes (restore to original location)
- Virtual Machine Recovery dialogs boxes (restore to alternate location)
- Restoring VMware virtual machine disks by using Backup, Archive, and Restore
- Restoring VMware virtual machine disks by using NetBackup commands
- Restoring individual VMware virtual machine files
- Browse and search virtual machines for restore
- Restore virtual machines with Instant Recovery
- Use NetBackup for vCloud Director
- Virtual machine recovery dialog boxes for vCloud Director
- Best practices and more information
- Appendix A. NetBackup commands to back up and restore virtual machines
- Using NetBackup commands to create a VMware policy
- Appendix B. Configuring services for NFS on Windows
- About configuring services for NFS on Windows 2012 or 2016 (NetBackup for VMware)
- About configuring services for NFS on Windows 2008 and 2008 R2 (NetBackup for VMware)
- Appendix C. The Reuse VM selection query results option
- Appendix D. Backup of VMware raw devices (RDM)
Recovery Destination dialog box (vCloud Director)
You can select the type of destination for the virtual machine recovery: the original location in vCloud, an alternate location in vCloud, or an alternate location in vSphere.
Original settings of the virtual machine at backup
Shows the configuration of the virtual machine at the time of the backup.
When you restore the virtual machine to its original location, these configuration settings are used and cannot be changed.
When you restore to an alternate location, you can change these settings after you click.
Shows the information about the virtual machine's vApp at the time of the backup.
The name of the vApp that contained the virtual machine when it was backed up.
The status of the vApp (active or expired) at the time of the backup. When the virtual machine is restored, its vApp becomes active even if the current vApp in the restore location is expired.
The name of the catalog that contains the vApp template. "..." means that the vApp is not a template.
Other virtual machines in vApp
A link to the names of the other virtual machines in the vApp, if any.
Select Recovery Destination
You can restore to the original location in vCloud, to an alternate location in vCloud, or to an alternate location in vSphere (not in vCloud).