VMware internal monitoring reports access violations to ESXi host hardware sensors when Veeam ONE is used.
Contact support to obtain registry vale to correct this.
When performing an Entire VM restore, using the Restore to a new location mode, to VMware Cloud on AWS with VMware NSX-t, the Network tab's Networks... selector is empty.
To solve the issue, upgrade to Veeam Backup & Replication 184.108.40.2067 P20210525 or later.
Impossible to add the VMware Cloud on AWS vCenter server to the managed server. VMs within this vCenter are not visible in the list of VMs, or an Error is displayed in the Veeam Jobs “Processing SQL Error: File does not exist or locked. …”
Create a vCenter User with the required rights (Active Directory linked mode) described here, or use the email@example.com user.
When adding the vCenter server, specify the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) that ends with either vmwarevmc.com or vmc.vmware.com, depending on the URL displayed in the VMC interface for the vCenter.
When working with the Restore or VM Replication wizard, users may face issues accessing VMware Cloud on AWS vCenter server. By design, VMware does not provide customers access to the background infrastructure and used datastores.
For proper operation, you can select the specific areas marked as “Workload” or “Compute.” Avoid using the non-accessible areas, for example:
- vsanDatastore datastore
- Management VMs folder
- Mgmt-ResourcePool resource pool
Veeam Backup & Replication stops working after VMware Cloud on AWS is automatically updated.
Please check this article for the minimum required Veeam Backup & Replication version or Patches.
For customers with socket-based licensing, ensure that the automatically generated new ESXi hosts can receive Veeam licenses. Potentially, older ESXi hosts need to be revoked from the license. We recommend using Veeam Universal Licensing to avoid any license-specific issues with VMware Cloud on AWS.
Some of the Veeam Backup & Replication Features are not working correctly because of limitations of the VMware Cloud on AWS environments (compared with a standard vSphere environment).