One very interesting thing with Veeam Agent is the ability to monitor the agents via your centralized Veeam Backup & Replication console. You need to plan to install Veeam B&R 9.5 Update 1 (version 184.108.40.2063) so that you can manage/track these jobs from your console. Here’s a guide on how once you have Veeam B&R 9.5 Update 1 installed, you can monitor agents from the console or add the existing agents to the console for monitoring. Note: You can follow this step by step guide to install Veeam Agent for Windows.
Hyper-V is the Microsoft’s virtualization platform that allows creating virtual infrastructures under Windows and/or Linux. Virtualization makes it possible to cohabit in isolation several operating systems on the same physical server (Hypervisor). Virtualization takes place on the same hardware platform after installing specific software – hypervisor. The hypervisor is an additional layer between physical and virtual scopes, it manages the system’s hardware resources so they are distributed efficiently among virtual machines (VMs). Here’s the post to introduce Hyper-V 2016 Overview and Architecture.
As a Veeam-powered services Partner in Monaco and France: Veeam Service Provider – Veeam Gold Partner (Monaco Informatique Service – Avangarde), I will be pleased to participate once again in the VeeamON Forum 2017 event, which will take place June 1st in Paris (France), more precisely in MAISON DE LA MUTUALITE! 🙂
The easiest way to disable UAC (User Account Control) on Windows Server 2016 is to modifying the registry key on the server. You may use this reg file to Disable the UAC. Simply, double click the registry file and settings will be imported on the machine. This script can also to be used on Windows Server 2012 R2. Under certain constrained circumstances, disabling User Account Control (UAC) on Windows Server can be an acceptable and recommended practice (example: consistent backup). These circumstances occur only when all the following conditions are true: Only administrators are allowed to log on to the Windows-based server interactively at the console or by using Remote Desktop Services and administrators log on to the Windows-based server only to perform legitimate system administrative functions on the server.
This week, I participated in a live webinar in french as an official speaker between Veeam and Microsoft for presenting new Veeam Availability Platform with Windows Server 2016 integration with my friend Seyfallah Tagrerout (Microsoft MVP Cloud and DataCenter Management – Twitter). It was an amazing experience! Thanks to Jean-François Albertini (Systems Engineer, Veeam France) and Kseniya Skovorodko (Team Lead Online Events EMEA, Veeam Software) The video is available on Veeam’s website here 🙂