Discussions specific to tape backups
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I have been searching with no luck on this.. I have an order to destroy all tapes with a handful of VMs on them. So I need to find every tape that has server1, server2, etc saved on it. Is there a way with powershell or any other way to get a csv export of all the tapes and their contents or every tape the server was saved to?
I would be fine with getting all inventory in a spreadsheet and sorting myself. The only way I have found is to go to restore the server from each point and then see what tapes I need. That is a nogo because there are about 20 systems with over about a years worth of monthly backups.
Any help would be greatly appreciated
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- Full Name: Nikita Shestakov
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Hi Brad and welcome to the community!
Have you checked Veeam ONE tape reports
and particularly Tape Backups
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