Also I'd like to setup File Server Veeam Replication between different datastores (currently it's being backed up by Veeam as a Full VM backup)
I'd suggest you to use replica seeding in order to avoid taking a big snapshot of your VM. You can use your Full backup to create your replica in a faster and easier way. If you don't want to touch you production VM at all after the backup has been taken then you might want to choose replica from backup option.so I have a full backup of a VM and also want to setup Veeam replication on same site between different datastores .We require Restore to a point and time (not to a specific transaction).
Karl is right - you can set up you backup job in such way that VM restore points are taken once a day while transaction logs are backed up more frequently (every 15 minutes, for example). There are options to truncate/copy/do not process logs. Please take look at this article.I've a script setup on my SQL Server which take native SQL backups (in .bak format) after every 4 hours. Could Veeam provide me with something using Logs Truncate so I can disable SQL native script.
Please take a look at remote replica from backup feature.I assume replica seeding would only work if I'd want to setup File Server replication onto same storage as of the full backup (on NAS).
You can specify destination datastore in replication job wizard.replicating my File Server from one datastore to another
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