In Are you using System Center VMM to manage your Hyper-V hosts, select No. Then click OK.
When you're planning a large deployment, you should make sure you complete deployment planning for Hyper-V replication. For the purposes of this tutorial, In Have you completed deployment planning?, select I will do it later in the dropdown list.
To set up the source environment, you create a Hyper-V site, and add Hyper-V hosts to the site. Then you download and install the Azure Site Recovery Provider and the Azure Recovery Services agent on each host, and register the Hyper-V site in the vault.
Click +Hyper-V Site, and specify the name of the site created in the previous tutorial, ContosoHyperVSite.
After the site is created, click +Hyper-V Server.
Download the Provider setup file.
Download the vault registration key. You need this key to run Provider setup. The key is valid for five days after you generate it.
Run the Provider setup file (AzureSiteRecoveryProvider.exe) on each Hyper-V host you added to the ContosoHyperVSite site. Setup installs the Azure Site Recovery Provider and Recovery Services agent, on each Hyper-V host.
Metadata from the Hyper-V server is retrieved by Azure Site Recovery, and the server is displayed in Site Recovery Infrastructure > Hyper-V Hosts. This process can take up to 30 minutes.
Select and verify target resources.
Site Recovery checks that you have one or more compatible Azure storage accounts and networks.
For Hyper-V to Azure replication policies, the 15-minute copy frequency option is being retired in favor of the 5-minute, and 30-second copy frequency settings. Replication policies using a 15-minute copy frequency will automatically be updated to use the 5-minute copy frequency setting. The 5-minute, and 30-second copy frequency options provides improved replication performance and better recovery point objectives compared to a 15-minute copy frequency, with minimal impact on bandwidth usage and data transfer volume.
After the policy is created, click OK. When you create a new policy, it's automatically associated with the specified Hyper-V site (ContosoHyperVSite)
In Virtual machines > Select, select the VM you want to replicate. Then click OK.
You can track progress of the Enable Protection action in Jobs > Site Recovery jobs. After the Finalize Protection job completes, the initial replication is complete, and the virtual machine is ready for failover.
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