Deploying Veeam Availability Console agent via PowerShell

KB ID: 2424
Product: Veeam Availability Console;Veeam Availability Console for the Enterprise
Version: 2.0
Published:
Last Modified: 2018-01-05

Challenge

Some deployment scenarios may require that the Veeam Availability Console (VAC) agent is deployed via Windows PowerShell in the silent mode.

Cause

Use the instructions below.

Solution

The following has to be executed in Windows PowerShell (run as administrator):
 

Msiexec.exe /i VAC.CommunicationAgent.x64.msi /l*v C:\Temp\VAC_MA_install.log /qn VAC_MANAGEMENT_AGENT_TYPE=2 VAC_TENANT=<TenantName> VAC_TENANT_PASSWORD=<Password> CC_GATEWAY=<CloudConnectGateway> CC_GATEWAY_PORT=6180 VAC_THUMBPRINT=<Thumbprint>

User-added image

Specify the Tenant's username in VAC_TENANT=<TenantName>

Specify the Tenant's password in VAC_TENANT_PASSWORD=<Password>

Specify the the IP of the Veeam Cloud Gateway in CC_GATEWAY=<CloudConnectGateway>

By default, Veeam Cloud Gateway will use port 6180 TCP/UDP, but if you have changed this when deploying the gateway, you specify the correct port in CC_GATEWAY_PORT=6180 
 

More Information

If you have any questions, contact Veeam Support.

Please be aware that we’re making changes which will restrict access to product updates for users without an active contract.

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