(This is my first time posting on any forum anywhere, so please let me know if I'm not following proper etiquette)
(Referencing Support Case ID: 01022624)
Veeam Endpoint Backup (VEB) 1.0 or higher on Mac\Apple hardware running Windows 10 using Bootcamp 5.1 or higher
The root cause is actually an issue with creating a System Restore Point on Windows 10. I originally found the answer here: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/wind ... 9643dcb53d
With Bootcamp installed, AppleHFS.sys and AppleMNT.sys run by default when Windows boots up in order to mount the Apple HFS drive. This causes issues with creating a System Restore Point on Windows 10 (I'm not 100% really, so I'll save my guesses until I'm more confident).
Disabling these Apple system drivers will once again allow System Restore Points to be created (and consequently, allow VEB to work). To do so, download "Autoruns" from the Microsoft SysInternals suite, search for the drivers, and uncheck them. Then reboot. You should be able to create Sytem Restore Points, and consequently, VEB should work just fine.
By implementing this fix, you will no longer be able to see your Apple HFS drive when logged into Windows. Also, if you ever reenable the aforementioned Apple drivers, your System Restore Point will get wiped out. I'm not sure what kind of impact this has on VEB (I didn't test), but I suspect it will break it again.