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Barracuda Backup

How to Restore a Cloud LiveBoot Virtual Machine

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This article refers to the Barracuda Backup firmware version 6.3.04 and higher, and supported versions of VMWare and Microsoft Hyper-V.

Cloud LiveBoot is available to all Barracuda Backup customers with Instant Replacement and a Cloud storage subscription, and is available to all customers excluding those in Japan.

Barracuda Cloud LiveBoot supports a maximum of four virtual disks per guest virtual machine (VM).

Barracuda Cloud LiveBoot supports a maximum of four virtual disks per guest virtual machine.

Select the Revision

  1. Log in to Barracuda Backup.
  2. Go to Restore > Cloud LiveBoot. Select the desired VM.
  3. The Revision column displays the latest revision. Click the date picker to display the Revision History calendar selector. If there are multiple revisions, you can pick a specific revision from which to boot.
  4. Click Done. The Revision column displays the selected revision. When a user attempts to boot the VM, the selected revision boots.

 

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