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Installing Veeam Agent for Linux

I wanted to get Veeam Agent for Linux (VAL) into my lab so I have a more complete lab so I can always show off stuff as need.  It turned out to be harder to do then expected.  So an

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Document your vSphere environment? Yes you can!

I heard from Ariel Sanchez that he needed something tested.  It was vDocumentation and him and Edgar Sanchez had something very cool.  I want to share it with you as I think it very handy.  It produces very nice reports

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DHCP is not doing its job!

Hi there, I am supposed to be out with my wife orienteering.  A very useful sport for people that spend a lot of time in the mountains exploring. But I had a problem in my lab.  DHCP was not being

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DR Orchestration Rules!

Veeam has a new tool in the fight for availability and it is called Veeam Availability Orchestrator (VAO).  You have likely heard me mention it before.  In it’s current state it is quite different then what it was when you

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Can’t create a Content Library?

I wanted to create a content library to help me move stuff between sites.  Which is an amazing good idea by the way!  But it failed.  I saw in the recent events %S when I tried to create a content

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Explaining Veeam Backup job summary screen fields

I have had a few questions on some of the fields on the summary screen of backup jobs.  So I thought I would answer and share on my blog.  So below  is the summary screen. BTW, when you are looking

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Odd Issue: no desktop and profile issues

I am talking a short break between a couple of technical papers to install some cool Veeam software – Veeam Availability Console – so I can learn more.  I have a VM for it but when I logged in I

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