VMware has a cmdlet such that one can get a list of VMs' provisioned and used disk sizes.
Does Veeam have anything PowerShell that can do something similar??
I want to nightly get a list of the VMs backed up by Veeam with the size of the daily backup size per VM and the backup date (Get-Date).
I want a csv file output that I can put into Access and calculate daily changes.
Can anyone suggest a script for this?? Or at least the proper PowerShell code to output the daily backup size per VM??
Veeam support says they don't have anything to do this, which surprised me.
What I want is this: "You can see the VMs backed up by a job by going to the statistics of the job. To do this, right click on the job and select Statistics. In the left inside you will see a list of VMs. To see the size of the backup files, go to Backup & Replication --> Backups --> Disk, right click on your Job and select "Properties". The column Backup Size will show you the size of each backup file and the date when the file was created."
I want something to output this data rather than clicking all these backups every day...I can't imagine there's not a way via PowerShell, I'm just not knowledgeable enough to know or find it but once I know what it is I can work with it...This should be something standard in the application.
Thank you, Tom