My goal is to do local backups the way XSIBackup-PRO did. In other words, get a dated folder with the VMs folders inside and ready to attach and turn on. Then, using XSIBackup-DC make a remote copy of this folder obtained with XSIBackup-PRO to a remote deduplicated repository. However, when doing the latter, XSIBackup-DC detects that the contents of the folder is a VM, tries to shut it down and take a snapshot and everything completes.
I don't know if this is the best way to do it but my goal is clear. Ready-to-use local backups that can be rotated according to the available space as was done with XSIBackup-PRO and remote backups in a deduplicated repository to take advantage of this technology to speed up copying over the internet (since duplicate blocks are not transferred).
Great!!! i can rotate replicas and use only XSIBackup-DC, right?