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Review Veeam One Part 2 First time start

After installing (check my post here) it’s now time to check out Veam ONE.

There are 3 new icon’s, let’s use the first (Veeam ONE Monitor)

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Veeam ONE is starting..

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When first starting Veeam, you are asked to give you mailserver credentials :

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Which user is going to get which notification mails?

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You are given the option to create some policy’s :

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Enter your snmp string for monitoring purposes :

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Ok, ready to finalize the changes :

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And here you are….

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(For privacy reasons I removed some information)


Review Veeam One Part 1 Installing

I recently installed Veeam in my home environment. These are the steps I went through when installing Veeam ONE.

We start with the Windows Metro style installation menu :

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The installation procedure is straight forward.

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There are 2 options, I’m using the full product. 🙂

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I choose the typical installation, you might want to change that although.

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A very very nice feature is that Veeam checks for the requirements and automatically installs them :

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And as you can see the requirements are installed :

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Give the service accounts credentials :

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Provide the SQL Server instance credentials :

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Make sure the following ports are free :

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Provide the VMware vCenter credentials : (or Hyper-V)

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Give the credentials and IP address of your Veaam Backup & Replication server :

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Check the summary and hit next to install the software :

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After 1 or 2 minutes Veeam ONE is installed..

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