If Acronis Management Server is installed on a guest operating system, which is backed up from the host, it will not display the correct task status on the dashboard
The backup plan creation of a Hyper-V virtual machine fails after updating Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 Build 11345 to Build 11639
Acronis Agent allows you to perform disk-level and file-level backup in Windows; it can also convert disk-level backup to a virtual machine, and has an add-on for Hyper-V
Acronis Agent for Hyper-V installs on Windows 2008 Server x64 (any edition) or Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008. Hyper-V Integration Services must be installed on the guest system
You can use Acronis True Image Echo to convert a backup archive (*.tib) to a virtual disk (.vmdk, .vhd, .hdd). You can also back up a virtual disk and restore it to a physical disk
Step-by-step instructions on how to convert a backup archive (*.tib) to virtual hard disk (*.vhd) and import it to Hyper-V
Readd the Hyper-V role and after that reedit all virtual machines and reset the network adapters
Download and run the script on the host machine to fix the issue
Acronis Backup & Recovery Agent for Hyper-V installs on Windows 2008 Server x64 (any edition) or Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008. All virtual machines can then be managed from Acronis Management Console connected to the installed Acronis Agent
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Acronis Agent for Hyper-V is unable to back up virtual machines (or virtual drives) if the virtual drives storage is allocated on a CSV organized under Windows 2008 R2 environment
Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 Advanced Server Virtual Edition supports Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware ESX/ESXi on the host level
A full Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 Advanced Server Virtual Edition license is needed in order to install Acronis Agent for Hyper-V
List of virtual machine applications supported by the latest versions of Acronis products
This article applies to:
- Acronis Backup (Acronis Backup & Recovery) 11.5
Keep a copy of your backup archive in the virtual machine format ready for instant recovery
Acronis Backup 11.5 fully supports Hyper-V generation 2 virtual machines starting with Update 6 (build 43909 or 43713 depending on the localization)
This is a known issue
To solve the issue, exclude the disk that contains the VHD file
This article provides instruction for troubleshooting recovery and conversion to virtual machine failures in Acronis Backup (Acronis Backup & Recovery).
Follow these steps to troubleshoot the recovery and conversion to virtual machine:
The "CredStorage" subkey in the registry is broken
Hyper-V VMs on SMB3.0 shares backup is not supported
Install Agent for Windows inside the virtual machines
- You have native Hyper-V Replication set up: the VM is replicated between 2 or more Hyper-V hosts
- You back up the replica machine (VM2)
- You perform entire VM recovery from this backup into original replica machine (VM2)
- After recovery, the previously enabled Hyper-V VM replication is now replicating changes from VM1 inconsistently, since it assumes that VM2 (replica) has state different than the one it is after recovery.
You are backing up virtual machines by an Agent for VMware or Hyper-V (agentless backup). Backup notifications are enabled. Notifications contain only the name of the host machine or the name of Agent for VMware (Virtual Appliance or Windows Agent) machine name in the e-mail subject and body.
You are trying to back up a Hyper-V virtual machine which has virtual disk with an ampersand (&) in file name, e.g. Docs&Users.vhdx. Backup fails with the following error:
Failed to get the disk information.
This article provides instruction for troubleshooting virtual machine backup failures in Acronis Backup virtualization solutions.
Follow these steps to troubleshoot virtual machine backup failures:
- You have Hyper-V 2019 environment with Acronis Backup Agent for Hyper-V installed
- Agent for Hyper-V sometimes loses assigned license and backups fail with an error similar to the following one:
Functionality 'pcBackup' is not available. Please use the appropriate license
You back up Hyper-V virtual machines using Agent for Hyper-V. Agentless backup fails with error:
Disk '<...>.vhdx' is not found.