Solved Active Backup - PC vs Physical Server

Currently reading
Solved Active Backup - PC vs Physical Server

592
109
NAS
RS820+, DS718+
Operating system
  1. Windows
Mobile operating system
  1. iOS
To have a personal computer backed up as a physical server:
You may change the device type and have a personal computer protected as a physical server when the personal computer needs to be backed up and perform Instant Restore to VMware or Instant Restore to Synology Virtual Machine Manager (VMM).

  1. Select a device and click More.
  2. Click Change device type.
 
18
2
NAS
DS1618+ // DS1515+
To have a personal computer backed up as a physical server:
You may change the device type and have a personal computer protected as a physical server when the personal computer needs to be backed up and perform Instant Restore to VMware or Instant Restore to Synology Virtual Machine Manager (VMM).

  1. Select a device and click More.
  2. Click Change device type.
Thank you for this info. I've looked and looked on how to do this and never found an answer until this post.
 

Create an account or login to comment

You must be a member in order to leave a comment

Create account

Create an account on our community. It's easy!

Log in

Already have an account? Log in here.

Similar threads

Thanks Rusty, and especially for the speedy response!
Replies
2
Views
1,079
First, more details. How did you configure ABB? Is it running over a domain name (even if it's inside your...
Replies
1
Views
394
Okay. That helps a little. Is the 60GB .img file a bare metal image of a client system drive/partition or...
Replies
6
Views
444
  • Solved
After trying a few options, I found the solution. Basically, Dell has the RAID ON setting for storage...
Replies
12
Views
722
Have a look in DSM 7 Control Panel and you’ll see there is now only the option for creating Let’s Encrypt...
Replies
26
Views
1,823
Yes, it does do an incremental backup, I have many workstations backing up M~F, and in the notification...
Replies
7
Views
1,744
  • Question
gerard: i did find that as well. what i don't understand is that i thought the requirement for ABB was...
Replies
3
Views
1,231

Welcome to SynoForum.com!

SynoForum.com is an unofficial Synology forum for NAS owners and enthusiasts.

Registration is free, easy and fast!

Trending threads

Top