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I installed BackupExec 2010 on guest SBS 2008 running on Hyper-v 2008.
Is it true that I can only see the host in BE console if the host is joined to the domain of the guest?
Before I joined it I wasn't not able to see the host
After I joined it when I browse to the domain to expand the selections, the domain password doesn't work.
I need to use BE2010 inside SBS2008 to backup host VHD files.

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TO backup VHD files using Backup Exec you have to turn off the guest VMs or you have to buy the license for Hyper V agent, please confirm you have the license of Backup Exec for hyper v agent
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I'm doing this with trail versions right now
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