Veeam Backup & Replication 12 – Install Server
Install Veeam v12
A lot of new feature is available with Veeam Backup & Replication. We will see in future posts these different features. Let’s see today how to install Veeam v12 using a PostGre SQL database and enable Double-factor authentification.
Launch Veeam Backup & Replication 12 install wizard then click on Veeam Backup & Replication Install.
Check I accept the terms of the Veeam license agreement and I accept the terms of the 3rd party components license agreements then click on Next.
You can change the path of installation folder with Browse button. Leave the selection of features as default then click on Next.
If few requirement has missing, click on Install to launch installation of the missing components.
Check the option Let me specify different settings then click on Next. This option permit to personalize the options.
Enter the credential of the user account used by Veeam Backup & Replication. I used an Active Directory user account. He is only local administrator of the Veeam Backup & Replication Server.
Inthe SQL Server Instance Windows, select PostgreSQL Server then click on Next.
Leave the port configuration as default then click on Next.
Configure Data Locations windows to store Instant recovery write cache and Guest file system catalog in the data volume. Click on Browse if you want to change the path of this folder.
Installation is in progress…
Click on Finish when the installation is finished.
PostgreSQL 14 is been installed on the server. You can use your PostGre SQL Server if you want. The selection of the instance must be done when you select database type.
When connecting to the Veeam console, it is possible to activate the double authentication. It is highly recommended to activate this new feature.
From the Veeam console, open the menu and click on Users and Roles.
Click on Add then add user account. Two-factor can’t be enable for the security groups. Select the users and check Require two-factor authentification for interactive logon.
Select the group administrators and other Security groups then click on Remove. Click on OK.
I need to add active directory user account used by Veeam service. Check This is a service account option.
Connect to the console using the previously added account (svc_tanium for me). A new window appears with a QRCODE. With Microsoft Authenticator or the application of Google, add a new account and scan the QRCODE. Click on Next when account has been added.
Enter the code present in the application.