Specified network may not be attached to the guest during Agent for VMware Virtual Infrastructure (AVVI) redirect restore

Article:TECH192651  |  Created: 2012-07-09  |  Updated: 2012-08-05  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH192651
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Article Type
Technical Solution


Subject

Issue



A specified network may not be attached to the guest when performing a redirect restore of a VMware guest OS.


Solution



Change the network configuration of the guest using a VMware vSphere Client after the restore completed as a workaround

 

Symantec Corporation has acknowledged that the above-mentioned issue is present in the current version(s) of the product(s) mentioned at the end of this article. Symantec Corporation is committed to product quality and satisfied customers.

There are currently no plans to address this issue by way of a patch or hotfix in the current or previous versions of the software at the present time. This issue may be resolved in a future major revision of the software at a later time. However, this particular issue is not currently scheduled for any release.  If you feel this issue has a direct business impact for you and your continued use of the product, please contact your Symantec Sales representative or the Symantec Sales group to discuss these concerns. For information on how to contact Symantec Sales, please see http://www.symantec.com

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UI: AVVI: Specified network may not be attached to the guest during AVVI redirect restore




Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH192651


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