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I am a new user and I am looking for a bit of advice, regards ESX 4.0 and Veeam.
I am wanting to perform replication/backup etc and when i expand my esx servers in veeam I receive a prompt about service console connections. I have tried the root account to my servers, but I am assuming that as SSH is blocked by default for root this wont work (and i get an erro). I am wondering what people do in this instance.
Do they create another account (and if so what groups does it need to be a member of on the server?), and then then tick the box "non-root account options" and do it that way, or do they enable SSH for the root account in the ssh_config file?
Any hints or tips would be appreciated!
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- Full Name: Vitaliy Safarov
Actually, you do not need to specify any ESX Server credentials in case you're running your backup jobs using vCenter Server connection. If you're using standalone ESX Server, your backup jobs will be running in agentless mode as it is with ESX(i) Server in place.
However, with service console credentials specified you would get much better performance while doing VM restores.
Also you may consider enabling root account on your ESX 4 Server by following these instructions:
http://www.veeam.com/forums/viewtopic.p ... 7819#p7819
Alternatively, If you are not allowed to use root account then you may use any non-root account and choose "elevete account to root" option in the SSH connection properties of the ESX Server.
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