I have a virtual machine in which I have installed my application.
The virtual machine has C Drive of 50 GB & D drive of 100 GB.
I want to take a snap shot of this machine so that in case if my machine crashes I want to restore it back. The Snap Shot which I will be doing is only for 1 time. No incremental SNAP Shot.
So wanted to know which is the best method to take this SNAP Shot backup & also please let me know how much storage volume the SNAP shot of my above mentioned VM will consume...
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