Step 4. Select Target Host

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    At the Host step of the wizard, specify a target Hyper-V host or a Hyper-V cluster where you want to locate the recovered VMs.

    1. In the VM location list, select one or more VMs and click Host.
    2. In the Select Server window, select a standalone host or cluster where the selected VMs must be registered.
    3. If you have selected a Hyper-V cluster, you can specify the cluster resource settings. Click Resource and select one of the following options in the Cluster Resource Settings window:
    • Register VM as a cluster resource. Select this action if you want to assign a cluster role to a VM.
    • Do not register VM as a cluster resource. Select this action if you do not want to assign a cluster role to a VM.

    To quickly find the necessary object, use the search field at the bottom of the Select Host window:

    1. 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.
    2. Enter an object name or a part of it in the search field.
    3. Click the Start search button on the right or press [Enter].

    Step 4. Select Target HostImportant!

    You cannot restore workloads to a Microsoft Hyper-V 2008 R2 Cluster due to Microsoft's limitations. You can restore workloads to Microsoft Hyper-V 2012 Failover Cluster or Microsoft Hyper-V 2012 R2 Failover Cluster.
    If you need to restore a workload to a Microsoft Hyper-V 2008 R2 Cluster, you can use the following workaround:

    1. Restore the workload to any node of the cluster.
    2. Configure the restored VM as highly available. For more information, see Microsoft Docs.

    Step 4. Select Target Host 

     

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