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Veeam 5.02 and HP DL380G7

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Hi!

This maybe a weird question but have anyone a working configuration with latest veeam, latest ESXi ( hp branded ) and HP dl380G7 working? I have two servers with the same configuration and i have the same problem running veeam. At another place i have a IBM xseries with no problem at all. I am getting a failure saying Client error: Failed to open VDDK disk. The credentials are correct.

Anyone?

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Re: Veeam 5.02 and HP DL380G7

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Hello Mile,

There shouldn't be any major configuration differences in the hardware you choose to work with Veeam. With all technical issues you should definitely contact our support team for assistance directly as explained when you click New Topic. Thanks!

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Re: Veeam 5.02 and HP DL380G7

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I have some of these in prod that work perfectly fine.

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Re: Veeam 5.02 and HP DL380G7

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Veeam is completely hardware and storage agnostic.

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