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How do I restore to a virtual machine?
Restoring to a virtual machine is much the same as performing a bare-metal restore as described in the previous question. Simply create a new virtual machine, making sure it has an adequately sized virtual hard disk and access to the host machine's CD-ROM drive and network. Then boot to the ShadowProtect® recovery CD inside the virtual machine.
Follow the steps for a bare-metal restore (including HIR), then reboot the virtual machine and it should load Windows. Depending on which virtual environment you are using, you may not have the ability to restore the image from an attached USB drive (as not all virtual environments support USB devices), so you may need to restore the image from a shared network folder on the host or another machine.