Patch 1 for Veeam ONE 184.108.40.2066 resolves a number of issues described in this article. All patches are cumulative, which means that this patch includes all fixes listed below.
Prior to applying this patch, make sure you are running Veeam ONE version 220.127.116.116. You can check this under Help > About in Veeam ONE Monitor Client or under Configuration > About in Veeam ONE Reporter Web UI.
Improved report generation performance in large infrastructure deployments.
Other minor UI and monitoring engine improvements.
Under rare circumstances, backup repositories summary tab may display negative graphs on backup window utilization view.
Under rare conditions, a connection to Veeam Backup & Replication server cannot be re-established after rebooting Veeam Backup & Replication machine.
Stateless hardware sensors are not skipped from monitoring, which results in false triggering of host hardware state alarms.
Backup job duration alarm is triggered right after alarms creation.
Backup job duration alarm is not triggered for subsequent job runs.
Reports cannot be previewed after recent updates of Microsoft Internet Explorer 10.
Custom Infrastructure report fails with the following error message when using a custom filter by “Snapshot Creation Time”: “Conversion failed when converting date and/or time from character string”.
Infrastructure Growth (Flash) report displays deleted VI objects.
Infrastructure Growth (Flash) report displays wrong end date.
Infrastructure Growth (Flash) report may display incorrect VMs and hosts number for Hyper-V clusters.
Protected VMs and VM Backup Status reports may fail with the following error message: “Conversion failed when converting the nvarchar value “NFS” to data type int.”
Protected VMs and VM Backup Status reports may fail with the following error message: “Conversion failed when converting the nvarchar value “Folder” to data type int.”
Protected VMs report may show incorrect data about VMs protection status when using Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager as a target reporting scope.
Protected VMs and VM Backup status reports show “No data available” if monitored vCenter Servers/standalone ESX(i) hosts are added to Veeam Backup & Replication and Veeam ONE via different methods (IP address vs. FQDN; and vice-versa).
VM Backup Status report may show “No data available” when Hyper-V host which is part of Failover Cluster is selected as a reporting scope.
VMs counter on the “Virtual Environment” widget includes VM templates in its calculations.
Wasted resources widget uses a non-default reporting interval to calculate wasted CPU and Memory resources.
Email notifications do not work when target SMTP server requires “username@domain_name” authentication format.
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