We have a customer with an ESXi environment. On one of their systems was causing some difficulties and an engineer reverted to a snapshot he created 2 days ago.
This is where the problems start. The customer put some data onto the VM throughout their daily tasks. So there are 2 days of missing changes they have made to the files within.
Is there a way to restore data from a VMDK from before he reverted this snapshot?
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