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    Essentials with Veeam ONE is worth getting if you can, nice simple monitoring of your hosts that you can leave running in your office. The product itself is great, being able to drag back your VMs and even run them straight off the backups is so useful

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    Veeam doesn't use agents, that's why its so amazing

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    The Veeam I got off their website does install small agents onto the servers from what I have seen, they are fairly small, I avoided installing it full program wise onto either host here, because of the SQL server it wanted to install and I did not want our hosts being impacted by that running on them, so I assume we would install it onto our "backup server" and not the hosts ? (I think I am starting to confuse myself here)

    Can any of you tell me where you got your Veeam from then ? we have a quote here that looks like this from one supplier, which I suppose means that both machines are in Tier B as they have 8 cores installed with the 2 processors, no mention of Veeam One -

    Veeam Backup & Replication Standard for Hyper-V - Education Only Tier A @
    Veeam Backup & Replication Standard for Hyper-V - Education Only Tier B @

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    Veeam Backup & Replication Enterprise for Hyper-V - Education Only Tier A
    Veeam Backup & Replication Enterprise for Hyper-V - Education Only Tier B

    Tier A – 1-6 Cores
    Tier B – 1-12 Cores
    Hopefully lunchtime can cure my headache about this
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    Veeam Backup & Replication 6.5.0.144 (64bit) - Standard Edition

    I suppose when I say agent it is not an agent in the way say Symantec BE works. The agent is more for scanning and processing the hardware.

    There is a good answer on the spiceworks community which I thought about stealing lol Does VEEAM have an "Agent" appliance instead of installing on a Guest? - Spiceworks

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