Using a "Hyper-V" feature, you can save any number of Hyper-V virtual machines from one physical node. This is no need to install a copy of Handy Backup into a machine to make this plug-in works.
Before the Backup
It is to be mentioned the specialized Hyper-V servers have no GUI to operate with standalone editions of Handy Backup.
Note: For any practical purposes, backup from standalone is almost identical to the process described here. Just skip the selection of a remote machine.
Backing up Hyper-V Machines
To save a copy of these data, use the following sequence:
Note: this plug-in makes snapshot of particular virtual machines, not of entire arrays. To back up all Hyper-V machines on the server, please select them all, not just mark a "Hyper-V" on the left panel.
Restoring Hyper-V Data
At present, you can only restore backups made with the Hyper-V plug-in only to their original locations. Because of this, the process of restoration is very straightforward:
Before running a Hyper-V recovery task, you must stop all current instances of Hyper-V machines and all Windows services depending on it. After a task will complete, re-launch the services by some method that you see the most appropriate.
Read more about Hyper-V Backup Software features.
Related page: Backup Server Software