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You cannot restore to a v DC for a different organization.If the network name for the original VM is available in the destination v App, the virtual machine NIC is connected to that network in v Cloud; otherwise the restored VM will not have network connectivity.The same proxy is used to perform the restore of the virtual machine, but you can select a different proxy from the Destination Client (proxy client) list when performing the restore.You can choose a different proxy in the following scenarios: Note: For restores of virtual machine files or guest files, this client is the destination where files are restored.In the Enter User Name and Password dialog box, enter the IP address for the ESX server in the v Center box, and provide the user credentials for the ESX server.By default, each virtual machine is associated to the proxy that was used to back up the virtual machine.Changed Block Tracking (CBT) is a VMware feature that enables efficient backup of virtual machines by tracking changes and only backing up changes rather than complete virtual machines.
Virtual machines can be restored in place (to the same location in the v Cloud datacenter where the VM resided at the time of the backup) or out of place with a new VM name, a different v App, or a different organization virtual data center (v DC) for the same organization.
CBT restores must be enabled as described in Enable Restores Using Changed Block Tracking.
To initiate a CBT restore, use the restore option to overwrite an existing VM.
Depending on your requirements for restoring VM data, you can deploy different components and use different configurations or backup strategies.
The following table provides an overview of additional use cases for restoring VM data, including any required components, configuration options, or backup requirements.
Virtual machines can also be restored to a different location than where they existed at the time of backup; this is an out-of-place restore.