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Hi Guys,

I currently have 1 VM that i use Windows Server Backup to back up my data to a networked Netgear ReadyNAS Pro 2.

I want to use WSB on another VM and possibly back that VM up to the same NAS. Is that possible?
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Yes you can and if you want something different than WSB then try Veeam.
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Yes, it is possible. I would create separate share for this machine. So that you can differentiate between the two backup storages.
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Thanks Guys.

If the NAS is added as a Datastore to one vm, could this still work?
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As long as the share on this Datastore is accessible for read/write - it must work.
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