Vitaliy S. wrote:Just to make sure I understand you correctly - if the Hyper-V hosts itself reboots you should have an alarm about the connection state to this host, don't you?
Shestakov wrote:To be correct the Host Connection Failure alarm triggers when the connection between Veeam One and the host is lost. Despite the fact, you definitely need to be informed in the case of the connection lost, it may happen not only due to reset/power-off.
However if you create another alarm combining the event with let`s say, 19020 Microsoft-Windows-Hyper-V-VMMS event, it can help differentiating the reboot.
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