Hi all, I recently clicked on the View Latest Backup Job Status Report link. You can see the link for that below in the screenshot from my Veeam Plug-in of the vSphere Web Client. You can see the two nice links above. The error I got when I clicked on the View Latest link is … Continue reading This site can’t be reached, when I click on a Veeam report
I was talking with a Veeam customer recently and I mentioned I used a PowerShell tool to get inventory reports - we were talking about Spectre / Meltdown remediation. The customer was not into PowerShell but they had Veeam ONE. So I had an idea - could we do this with ONE? I was sort … Continue reading Host Info Report – thanks to Veeam ONE
Hi all, This might help you out, and for certain it helps me remember things. Not all here is good for all people but certainly it is all worth thinking about. I have a best practices article that has lots of great info and which helps out this article. But here is a list of … Continue reading Setting up a new vSphere Server
Hi all, As I have mentioned before, I am working on a small white paper that is a proof point about making Veeam Backup & Replication work with vRealize Automation. Lots of fun actually, but I have been pushing out Linux machines as part of a vRA request and they get automatically backed up. Very … Continue reading Failed to index guest file system. mlocate was not found
I am working on upgrading my lab AD to Win2K16. I am also writing an article about it too. First time it did not work, but I was able to restore everything - thanks goodness I backed up both DC's. And this time doing a dcdiag before I do the upgrade and it has shown … Continue reading Solving some Active Directory issues
I am working on an amazing technical white paper about doing vRealize Automation with Veeam and SovLabs. And wow does it work great. I cannot wait to write it up for everyone to see. But, to test out the portal based restore of files, it did not quite work. And the workaround - which I … Continue reading In a Veeam backup job when you enable Indexing on Linux VMs it fails
So a little while back, I had a demo of some unusual, and very interesting software. As you might know, I used to be a professional services guy, and I learned how to be successful by solving technical issues that customers had. It was not just about installing email or virtualization software but doing it … Continue reading Have you heard of Uila? Maybe you should have!