Lists

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    Use lists to organize content and make it more readable.

    • Use a bulleted list to introduce a series of items (concepts) when the order of the items is interchangeable.
    • Use a numbered list to introduce a procedure, or a series of items (concepts) when the order of the items is fixed.

     

    Lists Note

    Regardless of the numbering style you use in a numbered list, the output will always be displayed in the following way:

    • Each entry in List L1 will begin with an Arabic number with a dot.
    • Each entry in List L2 will begin with a lowercase letter with a dot.
    • Each entry in List L3 will begin with a lowercase letter with a closing parenthesis.

    These settings are globally defined in the .CSS file located at css.veeam.com and cannot be modified in Help & Manual.

    Begin each entry in a bulleted or numbered list with a capital letter. If all entries in a bulleted or numbered list are complete sentences, end each entry with a period. If the entries are short phrases (that is, 3 words or fewer) or single words, do not use a period or any other punctuation.

    If a list entry contains more than 2 full sentences or if a list includes more than 3 levels, consider adding sections to restructure the topic.

    Examples

    1. To create a failover plan:
    1. Log in to the VAO UI in the DR site as a Site Administrator.
    2. Navigate to Failover Plans.
    3. Click Manage > New.
    4. Complete the New Failover Plan wizard.
    1. With Veeam Availability Orchestrator, you can do the following:
    • Meet disaster recovery compliance requirements — generate and automatically update documentation for DR procedures.
    • Automate DR procedures — create workflows that orchestrate failover operations for Veeam Backup & Replication replicas.
    • Prove recoverability — build test schedules to automate the verification of failover plans.
    1. This section describes Veeam MP for VMware rules and monitors:
    • Performance collection rules
    • Event-based rules
    • Event monitors
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