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We have EMC Networker and it is taking an image level backup of our VMs.  I need to exclude a folder, is this possible?

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We have EMC Networker and it is taking an image level backup of our VMs.  I need to exclude a folder, is this possible?
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exclude a folder in the OS of the VM ?
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In the OS
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@Andrew, I am unclear what you mean by exclude in the OS of the VM?
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The answer is, the VM will be backed up as a whole. So you cannot exclude a folder.
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Thanks for clarifying
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