For the detailed information about and instructions on how to set up and configure backup of Hyper-V virtual machines (VMs), how to restore Hyper-V VMs from backups, and how to restore files and folders from Hyper-V VM backups, refer to the HyperV section.
Information on the Hyper-V subtab is presented in the table format with the following columns:
|Status||Current (last known) status of the VM|
|Health||Current (last known) health state of the VM|
|Name||Name of the VM|
|Host||IP address of the VM host|
|Client||Name of the backup client associated with the VM|
|Registered||Indication if the VM is registered with CFA or not|
|VM Host UUID|
All actions on the Hyper-V subtab are available:
on the toolbar
in the VM context menu
|Add Connections||Add a Hyper-V connection to CFA. View details|
|View Connections||View and manage Hyper-V connections on CFA. View details|
|Register||Register a Hyper-V VM with CFA for backup. View details|
|Unregister||Unregister a Hyper-V VM from CFA. View details|
|Edit||Edit client configuration of a Hyper-V VM. View details|
|Manual Backup||Instantly start backup of the VM|
|Browse and Restore||Restore files and folders from a Hyper-V VM. View details|
|Restore||Restore a Hyper-V VM. View details|
|Download CSV||Save data shown in the table locally in a CSV file|
|Properties||View properties of a VM hosted on a Hyper-V server connected to CFA. View details|
You can refine the list of VMs using filters. To show all filtering options available on the Hyper-V subtab, click Filters on the toolbar.
|Status||Filter VMs by current (last known) status|
|Health||Filter VMs by current (last known) health state|
|Name||Filter VMs by name|
|Host||Filter VMs by IP address of the host|
|Registered||Filter VMs by registration status|
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