I'd install it onto host.1. B&R installation location: On-host or VM?
Not much options here - Backup Proxy requires hyper-v role installed. You cannot install nested hyper-v on a vm inside hyper-v, so you are bound to have an on-host proxy.2. Backup Proxie: On-host or VM?
Why to keep it inside a VM? Keep it on host and take a copy of your backups offsite occasionally. Of course, your repo should use some different storage than you production VMs are running on.3. Backup Repository: On-host or VM?
Sounds reasonable, probably you should stick to a VM installation of VBR, indeed. Also you might want to install veeam endpoint on your hyper-v host in order to be able to perform a bare-metal restore.-updates/upgrades/patches and such could be easily rolled-back in a VM when compared to a physical machine
-best practice for Hyper-V is to only install the Hyper-V role on the host
Jabi wrote:what do i do if the cluster breaks and i do not have access to the VM veeam b&r ? can i install it on a client and fetch the data from the repository wich is on the domain controller?
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