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I understand that full support for vSphere 6.7 Update 1 will come with the release of Veeam B&R 9.5 Update 4 that is around the corner.
VMware supports running older versions of ESXi that are managed by a higher version of vCenter (esxi hosts running 6.0 and vCenter being 6.7u1).
From Veeam's perspective, does this mater? Are we going to be in a supported state if we run this configuration?
I have a 3-node ESXi 6.0 cluster managed by vCenter 6.0; need to upgrade to the appliance version of vCenter and was looking to go to 6.7u1 but it will be a few weeks until my ESXi hypervisors are upgraded to the same code level so for some time they will be running 6.0; will that cause issues for Veeam B&R?
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Shortly after the 6.7 U1 Release we updated only the vCenter of a customer npt knowing that 6.7 U1 was out.
After that backups were no longer possible without the Registry Workaround.
Only vCenter was updated in this case and not the hosts.
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For Update4 it just work. You can open support case to get the fully supported RTM version.
The question above was if we support/work from VMware supported combination of different vcenter and ESXi version and it will work as Anton said.
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