Is the above powershell procedure the only way to change the hostname/ip of the vcenter in VeeamBackup in order to point existing backups to a new vcenter?
I'm sure not many of your customers (SMB) would be familiar nor comfortable with Powershell scripting to make config changes to Veeam.
In the shorter term, would your Tech Support be able to perform this change (via Webex) for customers who are not powerhsell savvy?
We are planning our vSphere5 upgrade, and would need migrate our 32bit VC4 DB to a new 64bit VC5 server. I believe that in the coming months a number of your customers would have this same requirement.
FEATURE REQUEST: In an upcoming v6 service release, would it be possible to provide a GUI method for changing the name/ip of the vCenter in Veeam to facilitate users that want to point their existing backups to the new vcenter.
NB. I have also seen other forum posts that suggest re-using the old VC ip in the hosts file of the Veeam server etc, but we do not have that luxury in this situation > Changing VC IP/address