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Veeam Backup - How do I schedule month end  and yearly backups

Posted on 2014-09-30
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I'm currently using Veeam version 7. I have moved from CommVault to Veeam and am trying to figure out how do I create a month end and year end job and schedule it.

Firstly, with CommVault, I was able to perform Synthetic Fulls for my month end jobs. Is it possible for this to be done with Veeam for month end jobs (if it can't, that's fine).

I just need to know how do i create a month end job that runs on the LAST day of the month.
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You can only select particular week days on the current job scheduler. To run backup job on last day of month, you need to use Task Manager.

Please refer to these links and see if they help.

http://forums.veeam.com/tape-f29/features-request-t18877.html#p93103
http://pipitone.co/2013/08/01/configure-month-end-backups-using-veeam-backup-replication/
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