Windows Server 2012 full Backup

When I do a full windows backup of a Windows 2012r2 Server that is a host for a single VM, I see in the results that my VM says 0 bytes transferred (See attached).  Does this mean my VM isn't getting backed up?
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Abhilash PappiyilTechnical Lead - Network SupportCommented:
Hi,

The VM is already on your C drive (hope so, please clarify) which was being backed up. The backup is not going to backup the C drive and then the vms again that are stored on the c drive?

Thanks,
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TrailShredderIT ManagerAuthor Commented:
Oh ... Duh!  That makes sense!
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