Disk configuration details
You can edit the disk type and the virtual disk name.
See Creating a backup job with a conversion to a virtual machine after the backup.
See Creating a backup job with a simultaneous conversion to a virtual machine.
See Virtual machine conversion options.
Table: Disk configuration details
Indicates the name of the disk, such as Disk 1. The Boot or System disk is always listed as Disk 0.
Indicates the current size of the disk.
Indicates the type of disk controller, such as IDE or SCSI.
Indicates the type of disk.
For VMware, the choices are thin or thick.
For Hyper-V, the choices are fixed size or dynamically expanding.
Indicates the name that Backup Exec generated for the virtual disk.
Backup Exec generates the name of the disks automatically by adding an underscore and a number at the end of the physical computer name. For example, if the physical computer name is Server1, then the disks are named Server1_1, Server1_2, and so on. The name of the Boot or System disk does not have a number appended to the physical computer name.
Indicates the datastore where the VMDK file (for VMware) or the VHD file (for Hyper-V) is placed.