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Backup Veeam Physical Server

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I have a physical server running veeam backup & replication, monitor, reporter, enterprise backup, business view, and sql 2008 r2. Is there a guide or does someone got some recommendations on how to successfully back it all up including the SQL databases.

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We use ShadowProtect to Backup or Veeam Backup and Replication Server running on Windows 2008 R2. Works great and easy to restore including to different type of Hardware.


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Re: Backup Veeam Physical Server

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I guess all you need to worry about is a SQL Server that hosts all databases for the products. If you have backups for those databases, you could easily re-deploy all Veeam products and re-use those databases. All you job configuration/alarms/performance data/reports will stay intact.

In order to backup those databases I would use native tools such as SQL Management Studio. Just my 2cents.

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Re: Backup Veeam Physical Server

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Cool thanks. We currently are using CA Arcserve to backup our servers. I appreciate the info. I'm also going to backup the repository hold all the backups on Veeam.

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