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To view the FC WWWNs on a 2012 R2 or above Windows Server via powershell: “get-initiatorport” InstanceName NodeAddress PortAddress ConnectionType ———— ———– ———– ————– PCI\VEN_10DF&DEV_FE00&SUBSYS_FE0010DF&REV_02\4&370d11c1&0&0038_0 20000000c965485c 10000000c965485c Fibre Channel PCI\VEN_10DF&DEV_FE00&SUBSYS_FE0010DF&REV_02\4&370d11c1&0&0138_0 20000000c965485b 10000000c965485b Fibre Channel PCI\VEN_10DF&DEV_FE00&SUBSYS_FE0010DF&REV_02\4&2ded1b5a&0&0040_0 20000000c976ba3a 10000000c976ba3a Fibre Channel PCI\VEN_10DF&DEV_FE00&SUBSYS_FE0010DF&REV_02\4&2ded1b5a&0&0140_0 20000000c976ba3b 10000000c976ba3b Fibre Channel And pipe to a file with “c:\WWNs.txt”

Create Data Domain DD Boost storage unit: Open the Data Domain system manager and navigate to Data Management/DD Boost/Storage Units and click Add. In the wizard, a user is selected for the DD Boost Storage Unit. In this example, the DD Boost Storage Unit is called repo-sample and the user is service.ho.veeam (existing user on DD has credentials stored).   To create a Data Domain Boost-enabled backup repository, navigate to …

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Tips for Installing Veeam Backup v9 One of our clients has their own Veeam backup appliance due to PCI constraints, it had been merrily running v7 for about two years with no issues. But a recent update to the vCenter appliance (vCSA 5.5 u3) cause the backups to fail. Initially it just looked like logon issues, but after some digging an upgrade to v9 was deemed the best approach. We …

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