dtbullock wrote:OK, so just to check that I've got it right, the simplest scenario would be:
b) a USB controller is passed-through to that guest from vSphere;
dellock6 wrote:An alternative...connect directly the USB drive to a physical Windows machine used as Veeam Repository, so you can get full USB speed.
dtbullock wrote:This is a pre-sales question. As I understand the Veaam B&R product from the product description, it uses 'Backup Proxies'. I have a small customer who wants to backup a single vSphere server and take the backups offsite (approx 3 x VM's @ 80GB ea). Is there a removable-disk target scenario that's supported by a Veeam backup proxy, or would one use replication here instead? Customer only has 768kbps upstream on their ADSL internet connection.
Apologies if I've misunderstood the whole backup architecture :-O
davidkillingsworth wrote:I would like to backup to a NAS drive, which I am guessing is simple enough to setup. However, I would also like to somehow copy my backups that are stored on the NAS to a removable USB drive once a week so that we could take them offsite.
Does anyone have a hardware recommendation that would make this easy.
davidkillingsworth wrote:Are there any gotchas to consider when restoring from an offsite backup
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