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Currently I have two VMWare hosts, host A and Host B, I have an enterprise license for Veeam Backup and Replication. I want to introduce a third host, host C. Host A is the primary host running production VM's, host B is a replica host for VM's from host A. Host C is a new host that I would like to migrate one or two VM's to from host A. If I migrate one or two VM's to host C from host A, will veeam still back them up and replicate them to host B or will I need a second Veeam license? If so, as this would only be temporary, is there a way to do it without buying a Veeam license?
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- Full Name: Alexander Fogelson
Provided your license covers the total number of sockets in both hosts, it will back them up fine. If not and in case it is temporary, you can use a second Veeam B&R instance for a while.