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Kiefaber
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Veeam Agent for Windows version (unmanaged)

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Hi!

I'm currently trying to figure out how many of our clients are still using deprecated Veeam Agents (Version 4.x) in order to plan our migration to v12.
I was able to gather everything but the "Unmanaged" devices listed in the Physical Infrastructure.

Since I am able to show the version in their details I guess you can somehow gather that information. A hint towards where to find it in the Microsoft SQL Database would also be sufficient for my case.

Im happy about any recommendation.

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Dominic
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Re: Veeam Agent for Windows version (unmanaged)

Post by oleg.feoktistov » 1 person likes this post

Hi Dominic,

Protection groups can be usually returned with Get-VBRProtectionGroup cmdlet. But that's not the case with "Unmanaged" one most probably because you can't really do anything with it further on.
Here is the workaround to get container info for both "Unmanaged" protection group and agents within:

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$epContainers = [Veeam.Backup.DBManager.CDBManager]::Instance.EpContainers.GetAll()
$unmanagedPG = $epContainers | where {$_.Name -eq 'Unmanaged'}
$epAgents = [Veeam.Backup.DBManager.CDBManager]::Instance.EpAgents.GetAgentInfoByContainerId($unmanagedPG.Id)
$unmanagedPG
$epAgents
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Oleg
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Re: Veeam Agent for Windows version (unmanaged)

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Hi Oleg,

thank you very much!
This is exactly what i needed.

Best regards
Dominic
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