Is entire drive gone or you can’t boot up a server? And you don’t want to restore entire machine/server. Let’s just restore damaged drive (this guide is for VMware and it will replace old drive) You follow this guide on your own risk, we take no responsibility
Click on Home in the bottom menu Then Home top menu, after that Restore and then VMware vSphere. Restore from backup Now Entire VM restore (entire VM or virtual disk)
Search for the machine that has a problem with then and pick it Click Next Pick Restore point Pick Correct disk or machine
Make sure you pick right disk, so Here is a way you can try to make sure you pick correct
(pick Same a source) Next Skip scanning for malware (up to you) Write Reason Next Do not pick power on when restore is done Finished
When the restore is done Wait for about 1-3 min to make sure its done before powering on the server to avoid something is getting broken.
So you need to restore a file that something has happened too and don’t need to restore the entire hard disc or VM machine? (Try this guide it’s for VMware) You follow this guide on your own risk, we take no responsibility
Home menu Restore Vmware Sphere
Guest file restore Windows Search for the machine
Pick restore date, write reason the finished. Now it will start the process
It’s mounting the restore point, this part can take a while. When this is done this window should pop up
Then you can navigate to the file, pick restore keep/overwrite or copy to another destination.