Shestakov - What I mean is that I'd like to monitor multiple Veeam One databases, residing on multiple Veeam One servers, all by a single instance of a remote desktop client. This would in effect add another layer to the hierarchy on the left side of the screen. It would then result in the task-tray indicator turning red if we experience alarms at any Veeam One server.
Vitally - The previous feature I was referring to is documented in the following Veeam KB article where it explains how to run multiple instances of the client: https://www.veeam.com/kb1558
. Our sites have 10mbit WAN link between them that is shared with other applications. We use multiple instances of the Veeam One Server because each site must maintain independence and local administrators should be able to fully monitor their infrastructure without dependence on the other site. But, we do often rely on remote administrators for vacation coverage or additional support as needed. That's where running multiple instances of the Veeam One client would be helpful for us.