You can also use SCVMM as a central point of control, that will allow you to track VMs too.The only way to track a VM is in a clustered environment?
Sure you could - just use Veeam Agent for Windows to backup VMs on the guest level.Couldn´t i just back the VMs up as standalone windows servers?
Well, actually I can't come up with any, too.What are the benefits of backing up machines via Hyper-V (standalone) when i can´t track the VMs over several standalone Servers?
PTide wrote:Veeam tracks VMs based on VMs ID, which changes when you move a VM to another standalone host, that's a 100% normal Hyper-V behaviour.
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