Maybe I mis-read something (Edit: I DEFINITELY mis-read something. Sorry about that, it wasn't ever a feature, my bad.), but that's neither here nor there with regards to the request. Currently we are replicating every 30 minutes (15 in some cases) to minimize data loss.
If we need to test the functionality of our DR site, my bosses would like peace of mind and want that test to run a full month (at least). As part of that we need to then replicate our machines from Site B to Site A for that month just in case something were to happen at Site B.
As it sits right now, unless I've missed something, in order to do that I would have to:
1. Have replication jobs running from Site A to Site B
2. Run a planned failover for all VMs from Site A to Site B
3. Permanently failover all VMs to Site B
4. Delete all VMs on Site A
5. Create NEW replication jobs to replicate the servers from Site B to Site A
6. Delete all old replication jobs as they are now obsolete
And when we fail back in a month I would have to do this whole procedure all over again.
We have the bandwidth and infrastructure to support this kind of a procedure but having Veeam shortcut the whole procedure since we're talking about servers that should be in the same state at failover (or at least very close) would be very handy rather than me having to go through and manually rebuild 19 jobs.