In this week, I have installed a new Veeam backup and replication server in my customer’s environment. After I have set it up I have run several jobs and saw that the VSS runs from the Hyper-V’s host and initiates the VSS process on the virtual machines. Posting successful job running, reviewing into job details and found that Hyper-V hosts were used on NetApp VSS for running the snapshot and backups. I didn’t want it, in future’s task we are going to uninstall the NETAPP components, therefore, I found a way to change the VSS provider from Veeam and chose a Microsoft CSV VSS provider per host.
Hey there, Sometimes, in some critical scenarios, we have to restore entire VM to our VMware environment, usually, the restore difficulty is depending on your backup product, in this article you are going to follow the Veeam […]
I am going to show you how to operate DR using Veeam, which means that i am going to power on replicated virtual machine on cloud provider. Assuming that original VM is corrupted and shutdown […]
Hey guys, During this week we had a task to restore a bulk of mailboxes to my customer Exchange Server, we initiated the restore process and for some reason the exchange server has been restarted unexpectedly at […]