Hi, I have a question I'm hoping someone can definitively answer...
I've just started testing Veeam and so far seems very good so far but have run in to a problem which I'm sure must have a workaround, or I may just have missed something simple.
Computer has an OS Disk of 80GB - Partition1 - 350MB
System Reserved - Partition2 size is 74.2GBOnly 20GB is in use. After a backup, the size of the image file is 10GB.
Now lets say this disk fails, and I have a spare 60GB replacement disk lying around. I should (I believe) be able to restore the backup image to the spare 60GB disk (as I can with other backup applications). However, Veeam will not allow me to as it wants to create a partition of 350MB (which it does) and another "OS" partition of 74.2GB - which obviously this cannot do on a 60GB disk, as shown here: http://puu.sh/iMQ9I/f01ed8e891.png
Is there any way at all to restore this backup to a smaller physical disk with enough free space to accept the backup restore?
Thanks in advance,