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Hyper-V virtual disk restore
Updated over a week ago

Enterprise Workloads Editions: βœ… Business | βœ… Enterprise | βœ… Elite

Druva lets you restore virtual disks that you can then attach to a virtual machine. You can use the restored virtual disk to replace the original virtual machine's disk or attach it to a different virtual machine.

Perform a virtual disk restore

  1. Log in to Management Console.

  2. select the workload from the Protect menu. Note that if the All Organizations menu is enabled, you have to first select an organization and then select the workload.

  3. In the left navigation, click Configured VMs.

  4. In the right pane, select the virtual machine you want to restore.

  5. Click Restore. The Restore VM wizard appears.

  6. The Data Restore option is selected by default.

  7. You can select Virtual Disks or Files & Folders tab to restore disks or files and folders.

    Restore From.png

  8. Click Virtual Disks to restore the disks. Perform the following:

    • Select the type date and time of the recovery point from the drop-down.

    • Select the virtual disks and then click Restore.

      Virtual Disk.png

    • Enter the following information in the Disk Restore dialog:

      • Destination Hyper-V Host:

        Select a Hyper-V host from the drop-down.
        This is a required field.

      • Cluster: Cluster on which the selected host is present.

      • SCVMM: SCVMM on which the selected host is present.

      • Restore Location: Specify the location where the virtual disks and configuration files are downloaded. You can choose:

        • A local folder
          You can browse and select the destination folder

        • SMB share
          Type the shared folder path

    • Click Finish.

  9. Click Files & Folders to restore files and folders. Perform the following:

    • Select the type and date and time of the recovery point from the drop-down.

    • Select the files and folders and then click Restore.

      Files and folders.png

      The File Restore dialog appears.

    • Enter the following information under Restore Target:

      • UNC Path:

        Valid UNC share (network share) path that is reachable from the selected FLR proxy.

        Valid format:

        \\<hostname> or<Ip address>\<Sharename>

      • Username:

        Valid username of UNC share.

        Supported format for username with a domain is domain@username.

        β€‹πŸ“ Note
        ​You can specify domain name in the username of the UNC share in the "domain@username" format.

      • Password: Valid password for UNC share.

      • FLR Proxy:

        From the drop-down list, select a proxy. It is recommended that you select a proxy that has low latency to the UNC share.

    • Click Finish.
      After you restore a disk, the Enterprise Workloads agent creates a folder with the format Phoenix-${restore_job_id} and downloads the disk and configuration file in the folder. If the virtual machine checkpoints produce differential or delta disks, Druva merges those delta disks with the disk that the agent downloads after the restore.

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