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That is correct. IDE disks will are not supported by Zerto. In order to replicate the VM, you will need to migrate the disks from IDE to iSCSI. Here is a link to VMware which will help you get started on what options you have: https://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=1016192
Hi Peter, Upgrading the VMware tools on the VRAs is not recommended.
Are you referencing to VRAs on the protected site or on the DR site? If you are on the protected site, you should be able to simply right-click on the VRA and storage vMotion it to the new datastore. If you are the DR site (recovery site), are you looking to move only the VRA primary […]
I do not believe that Zerto has any technical limitation on the number of VMs per VPG but I do know that they recommend keeping the number of VMs per VPG somewhere below 10-15.
I would recommend opening a support ticket with Zerto but have you checked that your license is not expired? You can view the license in the site settings in Zerto GUI.