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Could backup 2.2TB but could not failback


HI All
I try to backup a win2012R2 with a 2.2TB partition (C:\), protect
11.1 could backup it to ESXi 5.5U1, and I try to perform failover...it
would boot and work well.
but when I try to failback to physical machine (original server) by
using bootCD.x2p.iso, it show I cold not failback it, because it has a
partition large than 2.2TB (I have a 2.7TB free disk)...

I want to ask whether protect indeed could not support such server with
bigger partition or not ?


thanks!!

wyldkao


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Re: Could backup 2.2TB but could not failback

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