Vmware processing of vms with symbol in vm name fails

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VMware Processing of VMs with @ symbol in VM name fails on vCenter Server 5.1 or earlier. For populating replica disks during incremental replication passes and failback, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 based backup proxy servers support “network” processing mode only. To work around this, install backup proxy servers on Windows Server OS. On Windows versions prior to 2008, the virtual backup proxy server using Microsoft iSCSI Software Initiator for storage access may crash or reset while running VMware vStorage API “SAN” mode job due to interoperability issues with iSCSI Initiator. To avoid the issue, change the backup proxy VM virtual disks to IDE. Virtual backup proxy server cannot be used to backup, replicate or copy itself in virtual appliance (hot add) mode. Jobs configured to do this will automatically failover to Network processing mode. CBT will be disabled for proxy VM. Virtual backup proxy server must have VMware Tools installed; otherwise it will be considered as not running, and will never be assigned any tasks. VMware vStorage API for Data Protection has some limitation preventing hot add process depending on VM configuration. For complete list of hot add limitations, refer to this support KB article . With the default proxy settings, should hot add operation fail, the job will failover to the network mode for specific virtual disk. Processing of Fault-Tolerant VMs created on vSphere versions prior to vSphere 6 is not supported.
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13 | Veeam Backup & Replication 9.0.0.902 | RELEASE NOTES Hard Disk restore may fail with the “ Restore job failed Error: Controller with BusNumber 0 was not found ” error when SCSI controller is missing on the destination VM. To work around this, add SCSI controller (or SCSI disk) manually first by editing VM virtual hardware settings with vSphere Client. Disk mapping functionality is not supported for IDE and SATA disks in the Hard Disk Restore wizard. Restore and replication of VMs between different ESX(i) versions requires that VM’s virtual hardware version is compatible with the target host. Restoring VM with non-standard virtual disk layout (such as converted from VMware Workstation or VMware Server) as thin may fail. To work around this issue, restore these disks as thick. Instantly recovered VM with non-standard virtual disk layout (such as converted from VMware Workstation or VMware Server) and running on ESX(i) 4.x host and with change redirection to datastore enabled cannot be properly quick migrated. Virtual disk placement and type cannot be customized during full VM restore when restoring backups produced by version earlier than 6.1. Replication jobs may fail if source or target datastore has special symbols in its name.

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