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Acronis replication

Posted on 2012-04-11
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What is the process to restore a replicated machine should we lose either:

The source Host
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the Acronis Server

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please explain what is the scenario
what are you trying to do
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We will have 2x ESXi hosts and replicating VM's between the 2 using acronis replication on a physical server.
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And i have now simulated the source host failure and restore of replica on backup host fine - all good!
but, when powering up the source esxi server the guest OS starts automatically.  How do i configure the ESXi or VM to stay powered off - so i can simulate and run fall back from acronis?
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fixed as the destination server was in an HA environment and powering on automatically.
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