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Can't add a server

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Hello everyone!

I can't add a ESX 3.5 host in the Veeam Backup 4.0 (trial version)... i get the following message:

Failed to login to "xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx" by SOAP, port 443, user "root", proxy srv: port:0
The remote server returned an error: (503) Server Unavailable.

The server with the Veeam Backup is in the same network than the ESX 3.5 server.

Hopefully you can help me with this...

Thanx

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Re: Can't add a server

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Hello Xavier,

Please try to access MOB (Managed Object Browser) for your 3.5 ESX host?

Example of how to connect using MOB:
http://esxhostname/

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Re: Can't add a server

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It is important to logon in your computer with the account under which Veeam Backup and FastSCP service runs before performing this test.

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Re: Can't add a server

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Hello Vitaliy,

I can log without any problems to the MOB page, also can log with Putty without any problems.

Don't know where it could be the error.

Regards,

Xavier.

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Re: Can't add a server

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Xavier, did you try from Veeam Backup server computer while logged on as Veeam Backup and FastSCP service user account?

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