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I have about 300+ VMs & Templates excluded. I run a powershell report and it lists all the VMs that have been backed up (they meet the 24 hour parameter).
The issue is that the 300 that shouldn't get backed up show as missed. This list is sufficiently dynamic that a manually maintained list is unwieldy.
I thought that maybe if I defined a job as "Capture the VMs in "Discovered Virtual Machine" directory", (a dir was created for the excluded VMs and templates at the "VMs & Template" level) and it would only look there for the VMs of interest. Didn't seem to make a difference. The job ran fine, grabbing only the VMs in the specified directory, ignored the VMs & Templates in the "do not backup" directory and no exclusions listed in the job. Was GREAT.
Is there something I can do at the vCenter level to clean it up?
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- Create two lists - VMs that were not processed within the last 24 hours (you already have this scripted) and VMs that were excluded from processing (this script)
- Compare them to find the same names
- Remove VMs that exist in two lists (delta)
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