After getting an incident of Cryptowall and our Veeam server is a member of our domain I read several blogs/white papers on how it may be better to remove your Veeam B&R server from your domain and protect your backup data.
I did this yesterday and all my backups and replication worked a treat.
The one thing I forgot about was my Endpoint backup.
I redid the credentials for the backup (3TB file server) but noticed this morning it was still running.
On inspection, when Endpoint uses Veeam Repositories as its storage it creates a folder on the Veeam Repository to store your Endpoint backups in the form of <domain\username>.
Of course, I now have a new folder called <localveeamserver\localaccount> and this now holds the Endpoint backup which I had to stop half way.
Can I delete the contents of the new folder that has last nights failed backup (well not failed but it was just going to be a full) and copy in from my <domain\username> that is now no longer going to be used to carry on the backup chain? And if I do that will Restores work?