Some time ago I had one of those rare days where I struggled to restore a VM using Veeam Backup & Replication. Some would claim that this has nothing to do with Veeam Backup & Replication, but is solely due to the choice of hypervisor. At this point, I would neither agree nor disagree with this claim, but there is definitely a reason why VMware is ahead in the field of server virtualization.
Actually, the whole thing should have been a fairly simple undertaking: Restore a complete VM to a specific point in time. At first everything looked fine, but after the virtual disks were restored and the VM should have started, the fun began.Continue reading „Restore job failed Error: Node “VirtualSubnetId-0″ does not exist“