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 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 […]
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 […]