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Fusing Fusion with Time Machine in Retrospect - Perusse Dot Net

Fusing Fusion with Time Machine in Retrospect

Well after a sort of quick retrospect restore, if 2 hours is quick, had I thought about it I would have hooked into the Gigabit switch, and taken a lot less time. I got my VM’s off of the server, and plopped them into the Virtual Machines folder, and all is happy now with fusion, well except for the the Apple USB Modem, it still refuses to work properly with fusion, but it does work like a champ in boot camp…

So now I have another 10GB chunk of my hard drive gone, but this now has mw thinking that maybe I should just redo the whole boot camp partition, use it from VMware Fusion, or parallels, instead of the vmdk file I’m dealing with, but that would also add to the back-up complexity issue. I guess then I would have to run a windows back-up app in addition to Time Machine. I guess I’ll just drag a copy to the server on a regular basis.  

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