You have been using DPM to protect several Hyper-V virtualization hosts, as well as the VMs that they host. You want to recover a protected VM to a different Hyper-V virtualization host than the one it was originally hosted on. Which of the following conditions must the destination Hyper-V host meet?

Question:

You have been using DPM to protect several Hyper-V virtualization hosts, as well as the VMs that they host. You want to recover a protected VM to a different Hyper-V virtualization host than the one it was originally hosted on. Which of the following conditions must the destination Hyper-V host meet?

A. The host must have the DPM agent installed.
B. The host must be running the same version of Hyper-V.
C. The host must have the Operations Manager agent installed.
D. The host must have the Configuration Manager agent installed.

Correct answers: A and B

A. Correct: You can only restore a VM in its entirety to a Hyper-V host that has the DPM agent installed.
B. Correct: You can’t restore a VM to a host if it is running an earlier version of Hyper-V.
C. Incorrect: Only the DPM agent is required.
D. Incorrect: Only the DPM agent is required.