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HOW TO RESTORE 2 VMDK THROUGH VIZIONCORE VRANGER  to VSPHERE

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Hi,

How to resotre 2 vmdk through vizioncore vranger pro to vsphere ..

i have 2 vmdk ( c  and d drive ) , i want to restore vmdk to particular drive and run the server.

please view the attachment file and let me how to proceed in restoring.

thank you

regards
suresh prasanna
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hi,

in the restore to VMFS location you should be able to select the destination where the vmdks will be stored. For this to be possible you need to add the VC managing those VMs to the vranger pro and the data will be restored to the designated ESX server

bhanu
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Thanks bhanu, i restored the vm.

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great to hear that. If the issue is resolved then you can go ahead and close the question.
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Got some help from Vizion core support
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