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Vcenter with 3 hosts - Several VM`s on each host
Backing up to NAS drive and replicating to a DR site.
One of our VMware VM`s became corrupt when powering on after a failure.
What is the best procedure from recovering from this?
Would it be to recover to a snapshot in Vcenter? (right click VM > Snapshot manager > Go to "recent snapshot"?.
or setup failover in Veeam to the replica in the DR site?.
Im not really 100% sure about Snapshots and restoring from these?!
Any advice would be grateful
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You seem to be talking about replication functionality and the fact that it stores restore points in a form of VM snapshot. In this case, the recommended procedure would be to initiate failover procedure followed by failback one. Thanks.Would it be to recover to a snapshot in Vcenter? (right click VM > Snapshot manager > Go to "recent snapshot"?.
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