Terms & Conditions

General code of conduct

Our community is for everyone, but we want to make sure that this Veeam Community Resource Hub offers a positive experience for all visitors. Therefore these general guidelines have been established. Should there be any questions or issues, please let us know via a mail to community@veeam.com

Be friendly

Users must treat one another with respect. Users, will also not post any racist, insulting, sexist, discriminatory, threatening or otherwise insulting comments, will not use coarse language, make inappropriate jokes or otherwise harass other users.

Stay legal

Users may not post any pornographic or otherwise offensive material, share illegal or copyrighted content, attempt to distribute illegal substances, distribute viruses or other material which gives you access to the computers or systems of other users, or generally anything that is considered illegal by your country of residence.

Stay on topic

Please do not change the subject of a discussion to something not intended by the original poster. Any off-topic posting or “hijacking” of threads will result in content being removed and ultimately can cause users to be denied access to the community.

No commercial use

Users may not use the Veeam Community Resource Hub for (commercial) activities such as the advertising or sale of products or services, the sending of commercial messages (spam), the offering of (interactive) games or the advertising of other chat forums or websites.

No sharing of private information

Please refrain from sharing the personal information (telephone numbers, email addresses, etc.) of yourself, other people or companies.

No multiple accounts

You cannot own multiple accounts on this Veeam Community Resource Hub. If the Community Team detects double accounts all secondary accounts will be banned.

Moderator actions

The Veeam Community Team reserves the right to change or remove content or restrict access to individual users, should it be necessary. You cannot discuss any moderation actions in public, should you agree with an action taken then please contact a moderator or the community manager via private message.

Be careful

All users on this community are here to help. However, nobody can be held responsible for any negative consequences that come from information derived from this community.


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Cookie setting

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