Thank you Rae.
My Virtual Machine, I named Sharepointbox. Creating the
Virtual Machine, created a folder named sharepointbox with the contents:
Directory of C:\Documents and Settings\eband.MARO\My Documents\My Virtual
11/10/2008 01:31 PM <DIR> .
11/10/2008 01:31 PM <DIR> ..
11/06/2008 05:15 PM 5,277,986,304 SHAREPOINTBOX Hard Disk.vhd
11/10/2008 09:42 AM 12,788 SHAREPOINTBOX.vmc
11/10/2008 01:28 PM 270,796,288
Do I need to back up all 3 files ( .vhd, .vmc, .vud).
And restore by overwriting all 3?
"Mark Rae [MVP]" wrote:
> "Ed" <abcde@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> > I want to save a Virtual Machine set up with Sharepoint, before I start a
> > Sharepoint training exercise. I want to be able to revert back to the
> > original
> > Sharepoint VM before the training. Can I just copy the VM's file to
> > another
> > spot, and copy it back (overwrite it) later.
> > And if yes, what is the correct file to copy.
> The virtual machine's virtual hard disk(s). Select the VM in the console and
> click the Settings button to find out their location...
> Mark Rae
> ASP.NET MVP