Step 4. Specify Instance Name

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    At the Name step of the wizard, you can:

    Specifying Instance Name

    Veeam Backup & Replication restores the machine to Google Compute Engine as an instance. An instance is a virtual machine in Google Compute Engine with a preconfigured combination of computing resources. By default, Veeam Backup & Replication uses the original machine name for the target instance. However, you can define a new name for the instance if necessary.

    To define a new name for the instance:

    1. In the Instances list, select the machine and click VM Name.
    2. In the Set name to field of the Change Name window, enter a new name for the restored machine.

    Step 4. Specify Instance Name 

    Managing Google Cloud Labels for Machine

    You can use Google Cloud labels to categorize instances in Google Compute Engine. A label is a tag with metadata that includes two properties: a key and a value. For more information on Google Cloud labels their format and limitations, see the Google Cloud documentation.

    To add a new label:

    1. In the Instances list, select the machine and click Labels.
    2. In the Labels window, click Add.
    3. In the GCE Instance Label window, specify the Key and Value properties.

    To modify a label:

    1. In the Instances list, select the machine and click Labels.
    2. In the Labels window, select the required label and click Edit.
    3. In the GCE Instance Label window, edit the Key or Value properties.

    To delete a label:

    1. In the Instances list, select the machine and click Labels.
    2. In the Labels window, select the required label and click Remove.

    Step 4. Specify Instance Name