qwertyx90 wrote:I want to know whether it's pssible to connect to veeam one monitor server which is a member of some domain from a veeam one monitor client which runs out of a domain? Is it possible? If yes, how to do that?
qwertyx90 wrote:And just another question- is it possible to configure veeam one monitor server in a way I don't need to set my account which I am login from to be a member of Veeam One Administartors group? I want to be able to connect Veeam One Server from many places(some computers doesn't have domain accounts but Server is a member of domain) without configuring and setting each account to be member of group "Veeam One Administrators"? It will take so many time to set each account to be a member of Veeam One Administrators.
Well...if you add everyone or all guests to the Administrators Group it might work, but this would be very insecure.
qwertyx90 wrote:But wouldn't it be unsecure the same way as it is unsecure to disable client authorization?
qwertyx90 wrote:Isn't it any other way to enable client authorization out of a domain using some authorization technique(to prevent connecting by anyone from anywhere) that don't need to set each account on veeam one server achine to be "veeam one" group member?
qwertyx90 wrote:Does the full version of Veeam One Solution supports powering on/off, reseting and suspending VM's?
qwertyx90 wrote:Ok, I understand. When should we except for that next product version?
qwertyx90 wrote:Or let me ask You other question: What other of Yours solutions allows me to do things like VMWare VSphere Client which monitors VM infrastructures and allows me to manage these VM's in that way I can power ON/OFF, reset and suspend them?
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