Step 1. Launch Instant VM Recovery Wizard

To launch the Instant Recovery to VMware wizard, do one of the following:

  • On the Home tab, click Restore and select one of the following:
  • VMware vSphere > Restore from backup > Entire VM restore > Instant VM recovery — if you want to restore VMware vSphere VMs from a VM backup created with Veeam Backup & Replication.
  • Microsoft Hyper-V > Restore from backup > Entire VM restore > Instant VM recovery to VMware vSphere — if you want to restore Hyper-V VMs from a VM backup created with Veeam Backup & Replication.
  • Agent > Entire machine restore > Instant recovery to VMware vSphere — if you want to restore physical machines from a backup created with Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows or Veeam Agent for Linux.
  • AWS EC2 backup > Entire machine restore > Instant VM recovery to VMware vSphere — if you want to restore EC2 instances from a backup backup created with Veeam Backup for AWS.
  • Azure IaaS > Entire machine restore > Instant VM recovery to VMware vSphere — if you want to restore EC2 instances from a backup backup created with Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure.
  • Open the Home view. In the inventory pane, select Backups. In the working area, expand the necessary backup and do one of the following:
  • Select workloads that you want to restore and click Instant VM Recovery on the ribbon.
  • Select workloads that you want to restore, right-click them and select Instant VM recovery.
  • To launch the wizard for vCloud Director VMs, open the Inventory view. On the View tab, click vCloud Director View. In the inventory pane, expand the vCloud Director hierarchy. In the working area, right-click the VM you want to restore and select Restore > Instant VM Recovery > Into vSphere infrastructure.

Step 1. Launch Instant VM Recovery Wizard 

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