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User Guide for VMware vSphere
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Step 1. Launch vCloud Full VM Restore Wizard

To launch the vCloud Full VM Restore wizard, do one of the following:

  • On the Home tab, click Restore and select VMware vCloud Director. At the Restore Type step of the wizard, select the object you would like to restore: Virtual Machines.
  • 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 the VM you want to restore and click Entire VM > Into vCloud vApp on the ribbon.
    • Right-click the VM you want to restore and select Restore entire VM > Into vCloud vApp.
  • Open the Inventory view. On the View tab, click vCloud 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 > Restore Entire VM > Into vCloud vApp.

Step 1. Launch vCloud Full VM Restore Wizard 

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