Azure in 5 Minutes: ASR Failover Walk Through


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Rob Waggoner

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In this video, I walk through the ASR Failover Process and show you the steps Azure Site Recovery takes to ensure that data is not lost in a planned failover, as well as show you how you could select prior recovery points if your current image becomes corrupt due to an un-planned failure.

I mentioned in the video that you need to enable RDP to have access to the VM, if you need access to it from the Internet.  Why don’t we just enable RDP for you?  Because you may not need it and we don’t want to make an assumption like that that could impact the security of your workload. 

Also remember that you need to leverage DiskPart to set the san policy.  Please check my Test Failover blog for those details. 

Be sure to watch the rest of the series at http://azure.msts2.com

Until next time,

Rob

 

Comments (5)

  1. MSFTTS2 says:

    Stefan, I'm sorry you are having problems. We have a great support forum here
    https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/azure/en-US/home that is very responsive to questions.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Welcome! My team will be doing a number of videos around various components in Azure. The goal of this

  3. Marc Lighter says:

    This is a great overview. Thanks Rob!

  4. Stefan Eder says:

    very good explanation, i did everything as explained to protect my on prem vms to azure, but when i try to add vms it shows me the error: Either the protection group doesn't contain any virtual machines, or protection is already enabled for all virtual
    machines in the protection group.

    server is showing up, but i cant choose my VMs.

    any idea where i have to troubleshoot?

  5. Anonymous says:

    Welcome! My team will be doing a number of videos around various components in Azure. The goal of this

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