i m sorry if i have not been clear in my question.
The basic scenario is very simple.
I have a physical dell server with esxi on it.
My need is to use veeamzip to produce a .vbk file for each VM and store them on an external USB disk.
(and eventually in the future, restore them on A DIFFERENT ESXI machine).
The VMs on the dell server use a NAS as storage (see attached images screenshots from vSphere Client)http://www.toonz.com/temp/1.pnghttp://www.toonz.com/temp/2.png
- the highlight zone shows a VM1 machine using a NAS partition named "vmvol1" in the first file
and VM2 machine using a NAS partiton named "securevol1".
The difference between the partitions is that the "securevol1" partition has
been created on the nas with 256-bit AES encryption.
As i said in my previous post i succeded in creating .vbk files using veeam backup (i simply add
to veeam backup and replication the VCenter Server only, not the NAS cause i m not interested in it)
with the VM1 machine and then restored it on completely different ESXI machine which not uses NAS at all.
Can I do the same with the VM2 whose storage has been encrypted?
thanks in advance.