How to install Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows (6.0.0533.BETA2)

The purpose of this blog post is to provide the guidance and the steps needed to install and configure the Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows (6.0.0533.BETA2). The current version of the agent can be downloaded here including the build numbers for any GA release. For this post, Veeam Agent for Windows will be installed on... Continue Reading →

Creating a Veeam Backup Job in Veeam Backup & Replication v12 Beta2

The purpose of this blog post is to provide the guidance and the steps needed to create a Veeam Backup Job in Veeam Backup & Replication v12 Beta2. In order to accomplish this task, the following should be in place: A VM and\or server with Veeam Backup & ReplicationVirtual machines to backup A location to store backups (for... Continue Reading →

Creating a Backup Repository in Veeam Backup & Replication v12 Beta2

The purpose of this blog post is to provide the guidance and the steps needed to create a Backup Repository in Veeam Backup & Replication (v12) using my Synology DS920+. Log into your Veeam Backup and Replication v12 Console. Veeam Backup & Replication User Credentials Once you have successfully logged into the VBR console, please select Backup Infrastructure (in the lower left... Continue Reading →

Updating DSM for my Synology DS920+

The purpose of this blog post is to provide the guidance and the steps needed to update the DSM (DiskStation Manager) on my Synology DS920+. DSM is the operating system that powers every Synology NAS. It's use cases includes Multimedia, File Management, Productivity, Data Protection, Virtualization, Surveillance, and much more! In order to determine which DSM version... Continue Reading →

How to Recover a VMware Virtual Machine (VM) with a Synology DS920+

The purpose of this blog post is to provide the guidance and the steps needed to recover a VMware Virtual Machine (VM) using Active Backup for Business on my Synology DS920+. This VM is currently found on a physical server (Dell PowerEdge R720). To demonstrate the recovery process, the VM was previously deleted from vSphere. As you can see from... Continue Reading →

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