Azure Site Recovery : Hyper-V to Azure Part -2

In this series of articles, I would show how to make Azure Site Recovery work with Hyper-V- step by step.

This is part 2 of the series.

Now time to get back to making azure site recovery work.

Login on to the server that has Hyper-v role enabled and have virtual machines in it.

Login to the Azure subscription and navigate to the “productionvault” dashboard. It should like shown below.

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Now, it time to create a Hyper-V site.

Click on “Create Hyper-v site” link as shown on above screenshot. A popup window appears. Provide “productionDRsite” for name input and click on complete button. Again it take a while to get the Hyper-v site created.

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After the Hyper-v site is provisioned, it would be appearing within the server tab as shown below.

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Click on the cloud icon beside the dashboard tab as shown below to follow the next steps.

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Click on “Download a registration key” link to download the vault credentials and keys.

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This would pop up a window displaying the site name along with download link. Click on download link and download the vault credential file and save it on file system i.e. “C:\ASR” folder location.

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Click on “Download the provider” to download the provider.

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And save it to the same location at that of vaultcredentials file.

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In next part (part-3), we will continue with the step by step guide and configure the downloaded provider, create the storage account and protection groups.

stay tuned!

Cheers!!

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  1. Pingback: Azure Site Recovery : Hyper-V to Azure – Part 1 | Automation Next

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