jmlnet wrote:1) Does Veeam require a second hyper-v host for backup? Or does it work in backup only mode without a second host?
jmlnet wrote:2) The simple deployment diagram shows 3 physical computers. Is that really necessary if one or both of the hosts is/are underutilized? If it is necessary, how powerful does the Veeam backup server need to be?
jmlnet wrote:3) If I have two hyper-v hosts (one for servers and one for workstations), do I now need a 3rd hyper-v host for the replication function? Or can the two hosts replicate to each other? Would I then need 4 physical machines for this scenario? Am I now in an Advanced Deployment scenario?
jmlnet wrote:4) Can one of the hosts be "free" hyper-v and one be full server 2012 r2? Or do they both have to be the same build?
jmlnet wrote:Or do I need to do nothing as in the "Edit Hyper-V Server" window, it says that "This Hyper-V server will act as the backup proxy for jobs running in the on-host backup mode."? In terms of computing resources, host 1 has plenty.
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