imompero
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can I recover without the protected site being available

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I know is sounds silly but if my protected site disappeared in a disaster, will I be able to bring up my protected VMs in the recovery site? Of course provided that I have the necessary infrastructure available in the recovery site.

Thanks in advance

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weinstein5
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Yes that is exactly what SRM is designed for - when designing your SRM environment you will have to size the recovery site sufficiently to uspport the workloads you want to protect

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weinstein5
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Yes that is exactly what SRM is designed for - when designing your SRM environment you will have to size the recovery site sufficiently to uspport the workloads you want to protect

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imompero
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thank you very much, will be setting it up for the first time this week, any good sources to check out for an initial install?

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weinstein5
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not off hand - the VMware documentation is usually pretty good - http://pubs.vmware.com/srm-51/topic/com.vmware.ICbase/PDF/srm-install-config-5-1.pdf - if you are a VMware Partner there is documentation available from Partner Central and I believe there might be some guides on line you can Google - 

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