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Step 4. Select Target Host

The Host step of the wizard is only available if you have chosen to perform advanced failback.

To specify a target host:

  1. Select one or more VMs in the list and click Host.
  2. Choose a standalone or clustered host where the selected VMs should be registered. To facilitate selection, you can use the search field at the bottom of the window. Click the button on the left of the field to select the necessary type of object that should be searched for: SCVMM, Cluster or Host. Enter an object’s name or a part of it and click the Start search button on the right or press [Enter] on the keyboard.
  3. If you choose to register a restored VM on a host that is a part of a Microsoft Hyper‑V failover cluster, you can register it as a cluster resource. Select a VM in the list and click Resource. In the Cluster Resource Settings section, choose Register VM as a cluster resource. In this case, if the target host is brought offline or fails for any reason, the VM will fail over to another node in the cluster.

Step 4. Select Target Host 

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