I also would like to see more (let's say any) control on the amount of retries, just like in B & R.
So the amount of retries allowed and eventually the time interval between retries.
As we know, Endpoint Backup is free, and can be used by any private person who knows that the word "Backup" makes sense to care about.
But, all the Backup & Replication users at companies, who take care of all the VM backups, have welcomed Endpoint Backup as an opportunity to backup those physical servers that cannot be virtualized right now or in the near future. Especially if they have chosen to use just one backup solution, like we did.
So the outside world actually sees Endpoint Backup as an enhancement on Backup & Replication. Look at it as special client software that comes with the package.
I'm very happy that Veeam decided to relase Endpoint Backup!
So therefor we would like some control. In our company, it is allowed for a backup to not run occasionally. I don't have to call in during weekends or holidays to check backups every few hours. So now for instance, a backup didn't run for almost two days (it should run once a day), and I have a few hundred log entries polluting my History and making it that I would have to increase the "Show only last 500 sessions" in B&R to be able to look back for more than a week.
It is like the Application awareness that can now be switched off with a registry key, just a few things to make it easier to use for professionals would be nice.
Thanks in advance for looking into it,