davids355 wrote:Could I simply install Veeam on the other server and then point it to the backup set? Or would I need to install Veeam on the new server and then restore the veeam configuration backup?
davids355 wrote:Also, how would it work as far as licencing is concerned?
davids355 wrote:Would I need a licenced copy of veeam running on both servers or, assuming the primary server had failed beyond repair, would it be supported to transfer the veeam licence to the new server as part of the restore process?
Yes, it would be supported. You can install as many Veeam backup instances as you need and run them against the same source hosts. Thanks!
davids355 wrote:Out of interest, does the restore effect the live virtual machines? IE if I want to do some testing, could I import one of the backups to the new server and then restore it even though the live VM is still running on the old server (assuming the two servers have no direct contact)?
davids355 wrote:I don't fully understand what you are saying here, but it probably ties in with a question I have also posted elsewhere on the forum:
In that post I have asked how I should operate two separate Hyper-V servers in terms of Veeam and backup strategy - should I be purchasing another copy of veeam for the second server, or can the first server back up the second remotely?
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