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    HYPERV Snapshot Question

    I have a 2012 VM setup as a server which has a drive which is actually an ISCSI target on a QNAP NAS.
    If I take a snapshot, make some changes, including changes in the ISCSI drive and then revert to the snapshot would my changes in the drive revert?
    Hopefully that makes sense!!

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    Looks like the answer's no: Attaching Physical Hard Disks to Hyper-V VMs - Ben Armstrong - Site Home - MSDN Blogs

    The snapshot processes freezes a VHD and creates a new extension file to record changes to. This file is either merged with the original VHD or discard when the snapshot is deleted.

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