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Veeam and access to private and non-routing networks

Storage networks and vMotion networks should be private and non-routing. But when you do that – lately for me – people think that you cannot use NFS backups with Veeam. But you can in fact. Easy if you know how.

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My vSphere 6.5 Upgrade Checklist – painful

Hello all, Yes, this has taken me a while to get too.  And it took me a while to do as well. Now that I work at Veeam, and while I have used Veeam products for many years, now I

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Fix an incompatible host

One of my hosts would not upgrade to 6.5.  When I looked at the host, and on the Update manager tab, I saw the following. There is a little more info that is not seen on this screenshot. But we

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Veeam Recovery Media – you need to check it out!

Hi all, I was talking with one of my co-workers – Clint – and we were talking about the Veeam Agent for Windows 2.0 that is in beta right now. BTW, you can find out more about the agents here,

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Building out my Nexenta Shared Storage for my home lab

Hi there, While I have Synology and a QNAP NAS devices in my home lab – and like both of them, I also have a FalconStor array providing the real shared storage for my home lab.  Both of the NAS

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Upgrading NexentaStor from 5.0.1.5 to 5.0.2.7

You may have seen my Fusion upgrade article and now this one is about upgrading NexentaStor to the current GA.  It is worth noting that this is due to my experimenting with Nexenta as a shared storage addition to my

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Upgrading Nexenta Fusion from 1.0.0.40 to 1.0.1.7

Hello there, I am working on Nexenta in my lab, as I need more shared storage suitable to run virtual machines on.  As part of that there was an update of the Nexenta Fusion management appliance. Which I quite like

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