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Request to go was declined. Have fun! Which I could go. ai… Dries, suggestion: become a vanguard or legend … I would love to come over… but… as a veeam-employee it actually means that IF I would be allowed I’ll be working there 🤣… An idea and a presentation was suggested… so fingers are crossed. Yeah would be great to become one of those 2 :)
@smarivoet is there also recording of the unplugged session. Ghent was the closest one to drive (1h). Mechelen is a 1.5hour drive for meetup of less than 2hours. Keep in mind it was not for partners ;-) you mainly have the PA’s for that. We explicitly took “other” locations to find out the belgian hotspots :-). So instead of having the usual like Antwerp-BXL-Bruges, we took Mechelen, Gent, Hasselt. Personally I think one is missing at Oostende/Ieper… that would have been great so close ;)
Used to use last pass, but in transition to keepassXC.You only need to remember 1 password but this should be a complex password that is easy to remember. If you need help or inspiration for your master password, check https://phoenixnap.com/blog/strong-great-password-ideas and https://www.pcmag.com/how-to/simple-tricks-to-remember-seriously-secure-passwordsYou can use OneDrive Secure Vault (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/protect-your-onedrive-files-in-personal-vault-6540ef37-e9bf-4121-a773-56f98dce78c4) functionality to sync the database throughout your devices. If you're a fan of GoogleDrive or something else, you could use VeraCrypt to create a encrypted file that can be mounted as a drive, and sync that file throughout your devices (https://www.how2shout.com/how-to/how-to-mount-encrypted-veracrypt-or-other-volumes-on-an-android-device.html). For device-to-device sync you can use from Resilio Sync (https://www.resilio.com/individuals/), but that's paid software. A free,
While having a configuration backup copy option would be nice, consider just storing the configuration backup to a off-site backup repository to begin with. All our Off-site backup repositories are in a SOBR. We have to add the repo a second time with another path to be able to backup to this repo. I get that; however, that is like a 2 minute task so I would strongly recommend to just do it. yes we do :)
While having a configuration backup copy option would be nice, consider just storing the configuration backup to a off-site backup repository to begin with. All our Off-site backup repositories are in a SOBR. We have to add the repo a second time with another path to be able to backup to this repo.
We decided to decline the updates from our WSUS after seeing the thread on Reddit before MS pulled them. https://www.reddit.com/r/sysadmin/comments/s1jcue/patch_tuesday_megathread_20220112/ The servers that got patched don’t show any errors.
All hosts in a cluster must be of the same major version: 7.x or 6.x (6.5, or 6.7, or a combination of 6.5 and 6.7 is supported). In turn, all clusters managed by the same vCenter Server must also be of the same major version. We have a use case to implement CDP on our vsphere 6.7.If we plan to upgrade to 7.x then we need to shutdown the replication until both clusters are on the same version? Or how is the upgrade path for this? thx in advance.
Excellent resource. Thanks a lot. Will it be still valid for future releases or you need to do some housekeeping stuff? Thanks! Good question. The beauty when using PowerShell is the compatibility. This Script will work in v9, v10 and v11 as well. For V11 you need to change the “Add-PSSnapin VeeamPSSnapin” with "Import-Module Veeam.Backup.PowerShell"
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