Vitaliy S. wrote:Joachim, do you use dynamic expressions or static rules to create BV groups?
I use a rule for VMs by "Infrastructure Location". I would love to use a rule for folders in the Inventory Tree of vCenter that contain a specific word, but this seems not to be possible. When I select Object Properties, I can select a "Virtual Machine Folder", but this is the folder on disk, not the Inventory Tree (Infrastructure Location).
Why would I like to do that?
We have made an Inventory Tree in vSphere that looks like this
This works very well in veeam, so all VMs included in a backup folder get backed up. New Departments do not need to be manually included in veeam, they only need to reside in a backup folder. But this does not work with the rules of veeam one, since I cannot filter for this folder names (eg "Department 1" would include the backup and nobackup location). So I have to use the "Infrastructure Location" rule twice for evrery department: for backup and nobackup. And still I cannot use it to send all alarms to a group of users of this department.