tsightler wrote:I believe this is a small bug in the behavior of the Restore Virtual Disks wizard. Whenever you run this wizard it always selects the original VM as the target and it pops up this message before it gives you the opportunity to pick a different VM where you want to restore the disk. However, if you do pick another VM as the target for the restore, the restore process will not power off the original VM, only the target VM to which you are restoring the disk, so you can safely ignore the message in this case.
Note also that you can choose to restore VMDK files via the the "Restore VM Files" wizard, which is a very different process that doesn't require picking a target VM at all and should not have this artifact.
homerjnick wrote:But that doesn't use a proxy does it? It means I would be restoring from a backup on a NAS at my DR site but going through my B&R server at Production site thus hindering the restore process by traversing the WAN?
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