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Veeam ONE v7 install

Veeam ONE v7

I have downloaded Veeam ONE v7 to my workstation(windows 7).
Now ehen I run the set up on windows 7, it gives opens up a windows shwon in the picture.

now do I need to install the the Veeam One Server, or Veeam One Monitor.
I need to monitor our Vsphere Infrastructure.
we have one Vcenter with 6 ESXi hosts in the same cluster.

any help will be very much appreciated.

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Nick RhodeIT DirectorCommented:
Do you already have Veeam One server installed on perhaps a VM or Server of some sort?  You could install it on your veeam server but the backups might degrade a little bit.  Typically you would install the server and on your workstation install the monitor on your workstation.

http://www.ravitech.info/2013/08/veeam-one-part-one-installation.html
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
Veeam One Client is used to connect to a Veeam One Server.

So if this is your first Veeam One Server, you will install the Server version on a computer, and the Client on your Admin Workstation.

If you Admin Workstation on your Desk, is the chosen "server", install it on your Workstation, and also install the Client.
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rjanowskyCommented:
First you have to install the server component and after that the monitoring client. If possible, use a not so heavy loaded server, because Veeam One can be quite resource intensiv. The client can be installed on your normal workstation.
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
I will go for hanccocka suggestion, for Testing purose I will install server and client both on my Workstation 7...then see if I can monitor the Vsphere infrastructure....for the resources consumption I will switch to installing the Veeam server on windows server later on,...if the monitoring set up works well on Windows 7
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
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