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Select the storage volume and the path to the VM data. Select the VM data you want to import. Select the type of import you want to perform. Select the storage destination. Review the summary information, and select Finish.
In the console, select the VM you want to make a template of and click the "Template" option. Choose the type of template you want to create. Name the template and select the datastore you want to save it to. Review your options and click "Finish".
The version selected will apply to the virtual machine configuration and determines the Hyper-V host compatibility and features.
The graph shows the memory allocated to the virtual machine, not the actual memory usage in the guest operating system. If your virtual machine is configured with fixed memory, a horizontal line on the graph is expected.
When deleting a virtual machine you are offered the option to delete the VM’s virtual hard drives. You can also delete a virtual hard drive by selecting a Host from the object tree and using the Edit VHD(X) function on a VM listed under the Host.
Through the Web Management Console introduced in Acronis Cloud Manager 5.0, you can administer Hyper-V and Azure environments. The web-based, multi-tenant management platform scalable for distributed and large environments provides ease of accessibility to life-cycle management, replication, and migration of Hyper-V and Azure virtual machines, along with virtualization resource monitoring, and role-based access control (RBAC). Through the Web Management Console you can also securely connect to remote VMs, hosts, and clusters, easing maintenance and troubleshooting.