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I could do a Guest file restore selecting the root H drive and selecting the new destination but can't help feeling there's a better way to do it. Remember don't want to clone the disk since it has errors - rather copy the directory/files and security obviously to the new disk. Robocopy not perfect because of security permissions
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disk resizing is a common task and should not end up with "at risk" status. As this is a Microsoft Windows message, I can only suggest to asks a Microsoft expert / support.
Of course you can always do restores with Veeam (Explorer or copy tool of your choice), but I don't believe that this really makes sense.
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