Devices exported by paravirtualized drivers aren't supported.
To quickly access the vault from the dashboard, click Pin to dashboard and then click Create.
The new vault is added to the Dashboard under All resources, and on the main Recovery Services vaults page.
Select what you want to replicate, and where you want to replicate to.
Select and verify target resources.
Run a test failover to Azure, to make sure everything's working as expected.
Run a failover for the machines you want to migrate.
In Replicated items, right-click the VM > Complete Migration. This finishes the migration process, stops replication for the VM, and stops Site Recovery billing for the VM.
Don't cancel a failover in progress: VM replication is stopped before failover starts. If you cancel a failover in progress, failover stops, but the VM won't replicate again.
In some scenarios, failover requires additional processing that takes around eight to ten minutes to complete. You might notice longer test failover times for physical servers, VMware Linux machines, VMware VMs that don't have the DHCP service enables, and VMware VMs that don't have the following boot drivers: storvsc, vmbus, storflt, intelide, atapi.
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