UserLock offers many solutions. In this post, we will see how to manage two-factor authentication using UserLock. You can now protect your Active Directory session.Continue reading
Announced at Veeam ON 2020, Veeam Backup for Office 365 Version 5 is now available. It offers the advantage of eliminating the risk of losing access and control of Office 365 data. Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business and Microsoft Teams are now protected. With this new version, it is easier to restore documents and files present in Teams. Indeed Veeam has implemented a new explorer for Teams.Continue reading
Veeam solutions offer a wide range of services to ensure high availability on virtual or physical infrastructures. With version 10, Veeam now enables NAS backup.
Add file share to Veeam
From the Veeam console, click on Inventory tab and select File Share. Click on Add File Share.Continue reading
Teams is a great tool for exchanging documents, Tchat, collaborating on the same project, … It is therefore important to save all these exchanges (tchat, file, …). Veeam Backup for Office 365 permit to backup and restore Office 365 object (Exchange, Sharepoint, Onedrive).Continue reading
In production, ha can be interesting to test patch management, migration of the server, etc. You can use Veeam Backup & Replication for create isolated virtual environment. This environment is created with backup of Veeam, VM replicas or VMs from storage snapshot.Continue reading
How you can Backup SQL with Veeam
Veeam Backup permit to backup SQL Server. It’s possible to configure backup job for create image-level VM backups. This backup also permits copy database transaction logs. VM State captured. It’s possible to recover SQL Server with restore point and transaction logs. When backup job is configured, you must specify Advanced settings :Continue reading
Veeam Backup & Replication permit to backup and restore virtual infrastructure and physical Linux or Windows Server. Nevertheless, Veeam has a wide range of features in addition to backup and restore.
When replicating a VM, vSphere creates a snapshot. This snapshot is considered a copy of the VM at a given point in time, she will then be used for replication.Continue reading