Issue with USB recovery drive booting on windows 11

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I’m have question about the usb recovery drive. For some reason the recovery will not boot into the bare metal utility, it stops and shows a command window. I’m running latest windows 11 so any thoughts as to why this would be?


I had the same issue, I created a veeam recovery disk on my old PC and successfully booted into the veeam bare metal recovery with that USB recovery disk.

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Same Issue on HP Elitedesk 705 G5. All latest Build OS Windows 11 22H2 and Veeam Environment

Worked fine on Windows 10 latest Build  / with coexisting Linux on 2nd NVME.


Boots to the cmd screen.


Booting from a stick created with “Create Recovery Media) on different PC (HP Workstation) running Windows 10 starts the Recovery Environment. Luckily HP Drivers are compatible and i can access the Backup in the LAN.


PS: removing the Recovery Partition from Disk  and Replacing the Recovery Environment from Current ISO Image WINDOWS 11 did not change the unsuccessful boot.


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@masterase Windows 11 22H2 is currently not supported by Veeam. It's a known issue that the recovery media doesn't work: