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Magz
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Aisign Veeam Agent-license via cloud connect

Post by Magz » Nov 01, 2017 9:05 am

Hi.

We have some physical servers that we back up with Veeam Agent. Some of these connect directly to Veeam B&R via a site-to-site VPN, while others connect via CloudConnect.

The servers that connect directly consume Agent-licenses installed on the B&R-server, but it doesn't look like the ones connectin through the CloudGateway does the same.

Is there any way that I can assign Agent-licenses via CloudConnect?

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Magne

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Re: Aisign Veeam Agent-license via cloud connect

Post by Dima P. » Nov 01, 2017 10:09 am

Hello Magne,

To backup directly to Veeam Cloud Connect repository license should be installed locally on the agent side (About > Manage license).

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Re: Aisign Veeam Agent-license via cloud connect

Post by Magz » Nov 01, 2017 11:18 am

Thank you for your answer.

It would be great if we could assign licenses to the agents connecting via CloudConnect as well in a future release :-)

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Re: Aisign Veeam Agent-license via cloud connect

Post by Dima P. » Nov 02, 2017 2:55 pm

Consider your post noted as a feature request. By the way, stay tuned for Veeam Availability Console announcements as it should provide the agent management functionality for your Veeam Cloud Connect infrastructure. Sounds like a solid solution for your case.

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