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Any good one-stop solution for file-level and hot backups of VMware?  Is this a good practice or are these backup types addressed better with different solutions?
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Hi again, simliar to your last question, I don't think there's anything better or easier than esxRanger for hot backups.  For a "good" file level restore, I would either do a VCB/Ranger combo, or opt for a different 3rd party solution for file level backup.  My two cents :)
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Is this vmware server, or vmware esx server only?
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esx server only
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