nickfurnell wrote:The next screen always defaults to just displaying SCSI 0:0 & 0:1. Why doesn't screen show the real attached Disks, SCSI 0:0, 0:1, 0:2, 1:0 etc..
nickfurnell wrote:This would make the selection/deselecting much easier, as well as actually verifying what you ARE backing up when you select a particular machine.
nickfurnell wrote:You are correct, but you missed my point. When you select the 3rd radio button "selected disks" it ALWAYS displays SCSI 0:0 & 0:1 even if your VM guest has one disk or 5 disks attached.
My point is that the better solution would be to interrogate the guest VM and display the actual disks - maybe with them already ticked. After all the option is labeled "Exclude Disks".
nickfurnell wrote:Currently I need vCenter open at the same time, to Edit and check the Disks attached and then Console to the machine to see which drives are used for Logs, Backups or scratch files etc..
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