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After creating Backup1, you perform the following changes to VM1:

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You have an Azure virtual machine named VM1.

You use Azure Backup to create a backup of VM1 named Backup1.

After creating Backup1, you perform the following changes to VM1:

✑ Modify the size of VM1.

✑ Copy a file named Budget.xls to a folder named Data.

✑ Reset the password for the built-in administrator account. ✑ Add a data disk to VM1.

An administrator uses the Replace existing option to restore VM1 from Backup1.

You need to ensure that all the changes to VM1 are restored.

Which change should you perform again?

  • A . Modify the size of VM1.
  • B . Add a data disk.
  • C . Reset the password for the built-in administrator account.
  • D . Copy Budget.xls to Data.

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Suggested Answer: D

Explanation:

The scenario mentioned in the question, we are using the replace option. So in this case we would lose the existing data written to the disk after the backup was taken. The file was copied to the disk after the backup was taken. Hence, we would need to copy the file once again.

References:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/backup/backup-azure-arm-restore-vms#replace-

existing-disks

   
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