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Bad Hyper-V Username Logon Attempt


Veeam ONE raises the following event-based alarm: Bad Hyper-V username logon attempt.


The Bad Host Username alert suggests that someone is attempting to access the host with an invalid username or password.


Veeam ONE raises the Bad Hyper-V username logon attempt alarm based on the Hyper-V event that is received from the MS Hyper-V host:
4625 Microsoft-Windows-Security-Auditing

The further issue troubleshooting should be performed on the MS Hyper-V server side.

If you would like to find out the root cause of the event, investigate the Security log on your Hyper-V host > Computer Management > Event Viewer > Windows Logs. Find the event record mentioned above and see the details.

More information

In case you cannot find the event record or the record details refer to Veeam ONE server, please contact Veeam Support for further assistance.
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