I've been googling like crazy and checking forums here, but I've not found an answer to my question... somehow... so I'm sorry if there is an answer for this and I've just not found it.
The question is simple, I have a server with 2 drives, a C: and a D: and when I use image convertion tool I can only create 1 vmdk file for C: and 1 vmdk file for D:, but I want to have both drives in one vmdk file, I know that this is possible somehow because a colleague did it but he can't remember how he did it.
Thanks in advance!
i have seen a more environments that are using the vcenter server appliance to manage the host and im getting requests to backup the appliance if we could back these appliances up with SC that would be awesome.
HSR to VMware there is a 2tb volume limit, can we please get this resolved.
HSR is undoubetibly the easiest way to restore a VM, using Hyper-V for VHDX support isnt an acceptable option in an all VMware enviorment.
Current Exchange 2010 server running under CItrix XenServer 6.1 - protected by current release of ShadowProtect, and that works great. Howvever...when trying to restore the server to VMware 5.1U1 - it breaks outbound Exchange email. I have been reading a bunch of posts elsewhere about SID issues, but wanted to check with StorageCraft support or other forum members about getting this to work. We're migrating to VMware from XenServer and so far this has gone quite well (a bump or two) utilizing ShadowProtect. But Exchange is not playing nicely on this.
We are using ShadowProtect Desktop to back up three machines in our office. We would like to be able to have a server take the .spf and .spi files and build VMWare virtual machines off of them on a weekly basis (over the weekend). I know that this can be done manually via the Image Conversion tool, but is there a way to do this on a schedule, or perhaps a command-line tool that I can use to do this?
We have ShadownControl CMD 1.3 installed and working fine in production but wanted to add an SSL cert at some point. I generated a CSR using XCA and used the private key along with the issued cert and intermediate bundle provided. When I install the cert, I close the page and re-open it. Everything appears fine, the cert shows as valid but when I reboot the appliance, the web console no longer loads up. I have to restore from backup in order to get it functional again. I have tested this twice now using VMware workstation.
I've had to recreate my appliance in VMware twice now because it will simply stop responding to web requests. I can see the OS running and the login prompt is available at the console, but no matter how many times I restart it the web portal will not respond. How can we make sure this doesn't happen again? Can you provide a better list of VM requirements based on the number of agents I have checking in?
Hello, the posts and documentation I found on the subject date from 2008 or 2009. Is there anything different in the procedure outlined with SP 4.0 (Active Directory, NICs, etc.)?
Also, the SBS 2003 we are restoring is on a software RAID1 array (Windows 2003 RAID). Should we break the mirroring before imaging?
Thank you for your input.
I have a server, while old, serving as a backup. Part of my companies plan is to do a disaster recovery test once a year. While, I can transfer over network during this test typically this isn't the situation, as my backups are located off site on a USB drive. What I'd like to do, is be able to boot up ESXi on my server (that part works), and restore a backup off of a USB drive (that part doesnt work). My ESXi server recognizes the USB controller on my server, and I can even add the USB drive as a datastore if I wanted to.
I have been doing a lot of testing restoring volumes in SP4(windows 2008 env) to an ESXi guest and im having a hard time understanding a few things. Here is the set up, im wondering if StorageCraft can offer some kind of resolution or explanation:
esxi v4 runing on a dual quad core xeon 2.6ghz with 16gb ram and a 1.5tb SATA HDD as the Store
-I have a windows 2003 server set up as a guest
-Have tried restores with 2 x cpu and 2gb ram and 1cpu and 1gb ram
-Virtual network card is a intel pro1000
-Restoring from an Openfiler NAS set up
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