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Restore of a Replicationjob

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Hi
If I do a Replicationjob to a other ESXserver, how do I get back (restore).I have 2 ESX4 Servers, I replicate a VM to the ESX2, if finish, it has a directory repl_VMname. Now I can start this new VM on the ESX2, and I can fix the first ESX server. If the ESX1 is working again, how can I easily replicate back so the directoryname is as the Originalname VMname and not repl_repl_VMname? Do I need then after a incident the VM Copy?

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Re: Restore of a Replicationjob

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Hello Werner,

Yes, you can perform VM copy after your primary ESX host is up and running. Please have a look at the same question answered here:

http://www.veeam.com/forums/viewtopic.p ... 63&start=0

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Re: Restore of a Replicationjob

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Vitaliy S. wrote:Hello Werner,

Yes, you can perform VM copy after your primary ESX host is up and running. Please have a look at the same question answered here:

http://www.veeam.com/forums/viewtopic.p ... 63&start=0

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