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[RESOLVED] Failed to connect Hyper-V standalone

Post by Easy-Works » Aug 20, 2019 5:13 pm

Case #03723259

I'm getting failed to connect to host LANIP Access Denied or timeout expired.
Check if you have local administrator privileges on computer LANIP.
Possible reasons:
1. Invalid Credentials.
2. Specified host is not a Hyper-V server.

The scenario I have is a Windows Server 2012R2 Standard running Hyper-V (not attached to a domain). I have VM setup with Server 2016 Standard that I've installed Veeam Backup and Replication Community Edition. After I open VBR go to backup infrastructure > add server > Microsoft Hyper-V > Hyper-V then It ask for the DNS name or IP which I input the LANIP > Choose Microsoft Hyper-V server (Standalone) > added the administrator credentials for the Hyper-V Host 2012R2 (i've tried both servername\administrator and just administrator) but i get the error above. I've tried turning off the windows firewall but still get the same message. I don't have to install a Veeam agent on the Hyper-V host do i? Side note at 1 time there was a hyper-V management or something like that in the programs/features on the Host which I uninstalled hoping maybe that was the issue and it would just re-add it.

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Re: [RESOLVED] Failed to connect Hyper-V standalone

Post by terike » Oct 13, 2019 7:17 pm

I have the same issue - how did you solve it?

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Re: [RESOLVED] Failed to connect Hyper-V standalone

Post by wishr » Oct 14, 2019 9:24 am

Hi Terike,

Welcome to Veeam Community Forums and thanks for posting.

The original issue has been resolved by disabling UAC on the server and rebooting it because it was not joined the domain.

Thanks

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