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veeam backup 6 add esxi server problem

Posted on 2014-09-28
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        I wont be able to see the login and password field when i trying to add server (esxi) in veeambackup 6, any idea ?
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You need to browse for domain account oused by veeam to store files. Next comes account on ESXi
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i have used another server to install veeamback, and i am able to browse the domain account
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