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Arnold
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Veeam Job ID...

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We are looking to daisy chain Veeam jobs one after the other and am looking at running a simple POST script like:

C:\Program Files\Veeam\Backup and FastSCP\VeeamManager.exe" backup job ID (found this in a previous post)

My question is, and I am sure the answer is a simple one :D , how can I find out the ID of the job???

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Re: Veeam Job ID...

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Arnold,

Please have a look at the existing thread for the answer:

http://www.veeam.com/forums/viewtopic.p ... hain#p7827

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Vitaliy...thank you for the fast reply :D and how stupid do I feel :oops: that was the exact same post I found the command, and I went all the way to the last screen, but didn't actually read what was in the "Complete Backup wizard" window....

I'm off to bury my head in the sand now :P

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Re: Veeam Job ID...

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Is there a way to get this from powershell. Get-VBRJob only list some job details but no ID. Tried get-help get-vbrjob -full and it does not seem to support this. Is there any other powershell command to support this?

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