Veeam Availability Console 2.0 Hotfix_1334

KB ID: 2418
Product: Veeam Availability Console;Veeam Availability Console for the Enterprise
Version: 2.0
Published:
Last Modified: 2018-01-15

Challenge

Veeam Availability Console 2.0 Hotfix_1334

Cause

This update resolves the following issues that can be encountered with Veeam Availability Console (VAC) 2.0:

1) Veeam Availability Console server starts using 100% of CPU resources when registering a Company (aka tenant) from the Cloud Connect server.

2) Under certain conditions Cloud Host Memory Quota and Company Cloud Host Storage Quota alarms are not triggered after breaching the configured threshold.

3) Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows disappears from the Veeam Availability Console UI after applying a backup policy. 

4) Veeam management agents show "Out-of-date" as their version status.

5) Under certain conditions company owner may view failover plans that belong to a different company.

6) Reconfiguring a report may result in the "An item with the same key has already been added" error message.
 

Solution

Before you begin, confirm under Windows > Programs and features that the current product version is 2.0.1.1319 or later.

Download VAC 2.0.1.1334.

To install the update, on the VAC server execute VAC.ApplicationServer.x64_2.0.1.1334.msp as administrator, or run this cmdlet as administrator: 
 

msiexec /update c:\VAC.ApplicationServer.x64_2.0.1.1334.msp 

More Information

You can check whether the update installed successfully opening Windows > Programs and features
The product version for Veeam Availability Console will be 2.0.1.1334 after applying the update.

Should have any questions, contact Veeam Support.
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