pchastagnol wrote:I know that the best practice is to install VEEAM on a dedicated physical server for backups, but I do not have a second physical server currently.
spenny wrote:Obviously we can install Veeam on the hypervisor itself but he wants to know if installing Veeam Backup & Replication Server onto the Hyper-V hypervisor physical Windows O/S will consume a Windows Server license, thereby requiring the client purchase an additional Windows Server 2012R2 server license?
When a customer is running all allowed virtual instances,
the physical instance may only be used to manage and
service the virtual instances. For information about licensing
in virtual environments, see the Microsoft Volume Licensing
Brief: Licensing Microsoft Server Products in Virtual
Environments white paper.
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