Feb 06

Veeam Vanguard 2017! #VeeamLovers

Hi, last week I received a great new from Rick Vanover. I have been selected for the Veeam Vanguard program for the second year! Honored and proud to be selected as a Veeam Vanguard 2017 then congratulations to all the returning and new Vanguards. 🙂

What is “Veeam Vanguard” program?

Veeam Vanguard

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Jan 31

FIX (KB3216755) – Windows Server 2016 Data Deduplication, data corruption warning!

Hello, in the last word from Gostev, he explained major data corruption warning for the enterprises who have already jumped the much improved Windows Server 2016 deduplication for production use. Last week, Veeam has started to receive multiple reports on corruptions of backup files hosted on Windows Server 2016 NTFS volumes with Data Deduplication feature enabled. Luckily, the issue was easy to spot due to the system event log event (rarely the case by the way, as most storage-level corruptions go undetected – which is why it is extremely important to have storage-level corruption guard enabled in the advanced backup job settings at least when you are trying out new things). Yesterday, Microsoft released the known issue (KB3216755) to fix for Data Deduplication in Windows Server 2016 in the most recent Windows update package! More information about Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 here and on Veeam portal.

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Jan 20

Step by Step Guide Veeam Availability Console Install

This article provides a step by step guide to install Veeam Availability Console. Veeam Availability Console is an enabled platform for Cloud Service Providers and distributed enterprise environments that leverage Veeam Cloud Connect. The management console provides to enterprises a way to easily manage the remote offices, branch offices (ROBO) and other distributed sites, enabling Service Providers to deploy BaaS (Backup as a Service ) and DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service) managed services optimized by Veeam for their customers, and allows to the partners and resellers to start a new business as Service Providers. The feature is included in Availability Platform. With this centralized console, you should be able to manage physical and virtual workloads and especially deploy then configure Veeam Agents for Windows on both physical and cloud-hosted servers and workstations! Veeam Agent for Linux will be available in the next major version.


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Jan 18

Check your Backup Files with Veeam Backup Validator

Veeam Backup Validator is an unknown feature that allows checking the consistency of a backup created with Veeam Backup and Replication. You can easily check your backup files with a command line tool located into the installation folder of the software: Veeam.Backup.Validator.exe (path: C:\Program Files\Veeam\Backup and Replication\Backup). This feature is not a SureBackup job! A SureBackup job is an automated task for recovery verification by starting the Virtual Machines from the backup file. The SureBackup job aggregates all settings and policies of the recovery verification task, such as application group and Virtual Lab to be used, VM backups that must be verified in the virtual lab and so on. Veeam Backup Validator is an alternative if a Standard license is used by your Veeam Backup Server or if you don’t have the required resources (compute) to create a Virtual Lab.


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Jan 04

Step by Step Guide Veeam Agent for Windows

UPDATE 2017-01-26:

Download Veeam Agent for Windows Beta (build: here.

This article provides a step by step guide to install Veeam Agent for Windows. New Veeam Agents for Windows and Linux will be supported and licensed per agent. Veeam Agent for Windows will be available soon and Veeam Agent for Linux is already released. There are three editions: “Free“, “Workstation” and “Server” being released that include enterprise features such as Application Aware Processing (VSS), flexible scheduling and retention options all while being able to backup directly to Cloud Connect repositories. The most important here is that this covers physical workloads (physical server) as well by way of the Server version


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