Veeam: Recovery media in depth – Bare Metal Recovery process
In previous posts we talked about recovery methods that can be used with Veeam Endpoint Backup. While discussing volume recovery we mentioned a few limitations and how these limitations can be avoided via Veeam Recovery Media. Let’s take a closer look at the Veeam Recovery Media and how to start the Bare Metal Recovery process
You need the recovery media
To start with, you must create a recovery media: it’s almost a mandatory for protecting your computer. You may refer to one of my previous blogpost in order to get the clear understanding of how it works. Keep in mind, you can create a new Recovery Media any time you need it by simply launching one of the Endpoint’s tools – the Create Recovery Media wizard.
Depending on the chosen media type for recovery media, you might need to adjust the BIOS boot order to force your computer using this media as a boot device. If all set correctly, once the computer is rebooted, you should be prompted to press any key in order to boot from the Veeam Recovery Media even before the original operating system starts to load. Now when the recovery media is booted, let’s run over the different options we have.
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