Category «Veeam»

How to Recover an Individual File from Veeam Backup

This article explains how to restore a single file from a Windows server using Veeam Backup and Recovery v6.5 Open Veeam Backup and Recovery and click “restore”, then choose “Guest files (windows)” Select the server They select the backup you want to restore from. Browse through to the file you want to restore. I recommend …

Veeam v6 on iSCSI notes

Direct SAN Access Generally the fastest way to backup your VMs. For this the Veeam server will need to be directly connected to the SAN iSCSI network. For direct SAN access to work the veeam backup server needs to be “connected” to the relevant LUN. Note in the below example I have install the Dell …

Veeam Backup and Replication with Windows 2008 R2 and windows firewall

Problem When backing up a Windows 2008 R2 server with the firewall enabled the backup job fails (sometime intermittently). You may see errors such as the below in the logs. error: Freezing guest operating system Unfreeze error (over VIX): [Backup job failed.] VSSControl: IsSnaphotInProgress failed. Transaction logs will not be truncated. RPC function call failed. …

Installing and Configuring Veeam Backup and Replication v5

Installation Pre-requisites Ideally has direct access to the SAN (e.g. will need to be on the iSCSI network). Will need a Fibre card if using a Fibre SAN Veeam recommends 4-8 CPUs for the backup server. De-dupe is very CPU intensive! At least 2GB memory preferably DDR3 Needs 1GB network connection between Veeam servers. If …