You can do that, but personally I would not - imagine the duration of such backup + single VM restore procedure complexity.Can we just use VEB on the Hyper-V host and back up the entire C:\ and D:\ to E:\ daily?
Yes, they will be OK. However, I'd suggest you to back up VMs one by one, becauseCan these be backed up perfectly (application state consistent) via VEB powered by VSS?
Yes, they can coexist, however the better solution would be to have a backup of VBR config.
PTide wrote:Yes, they can coexist, however the better solution would be to have a backup of VBR config.
My replica does not imply that having a VBR config backup excludes having whole-host backups, sorry for being unclear. Since the OP had assumed that the whole host would be backed up with Endpoint anyway, I recommended to have a copy of VBR config as well as host full backup in case something in VBR is messed up while the host is OK. In such case that would be more convenient to restore VBR only.I disagree. If the host is lost, it can take at least a few hours to manually rebuild it.
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