You can review all snapshots for the active virtual machine and act on them by using the Snapshot Manager.
After you take a snapshot, you can use the Revert to Latest Snapshot command from the virtual machine’s right-click menu to restore that snapshot at any time. If you have a series of snapshots, you can use the Revert to command in the Manage Snapshots dialog box to restore any parent or child snapshot. Subsequent child snapshots that you take from the restored snapshot create a branch in the snapshot tree. You can delete a snapshot from the tree in the Snapshot Manager.
The Manage Snapshots dialog box contains a snapshot tree, details region, command buttons, and a You are here icon.
- Snapshot tree
- Displays all snapshots for the virtual machine.
- You are here icon
Represents the current and active state of the virtual machine. The
You are here icon is always selected and visible when you open the
Manage Snapshots dialog box.
You can select the You are here state to see how much space the node is using. Revert to and Delete are disabled for the You are here state.
- Revert to, Delete, and Delete All
- Snapshot options.
- Shows the snapshot name and description, the date you created the snapshot, and the disk space. The Console shows the power state of the virtual machine when a snapshot was taken.