Veeam have today released the long-awaited update to Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365 (VB365), v6a. This release has been overshadowed by Microsoft’s controversial changes being made to the Teams backup process, forcing vendors such as Veeam to cease using EWS as a mechanism to backup Teams data, instead insisting on the use of the Teams… Continue reading Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365 v6a Released
With Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure v4 being released this week and unlocking new functionality, permissions inevitably require adjusting in scope. In this blog post I show you how to update the necessary permissions.
Having recently secured my Azure configuration a little bit too much, too soon, I broke my backups, in this blog post I get to the bottom of this vague error and what it likely means needs reconfiguring…
Does your ISP force you to have a dynamic IP address? Tired of using free Dynamic DNS services that make you revalidate all the time? It’s nice and easy & cheap to use Azure DNS, in this blog post I show you how to integrate Azure DNS with PfSense to keep track of your dynamic IP address.
Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure is a brilliant product for protecting Microsoft Azure-based workloads, but there are certainly some configuration changes that could help secure the product better. Especially when this is the application protecting your data. Read on to find out how to secure the Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure appliance.
Today VMware have announced vSphere+ & vSAN+, but what are they? In this blog post I’ll take you through some of the key new features and FAQs of these new products.
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 goes end of life in July 2022, but did you know that a lot of Veeam installations are still using this database? In this blog post I’ll provide information on how to deploy a new SQL Server instance and migrate your database, then tidy everything up!
Today I want to share a sneak peak at the next release of Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365, v6a. Like traditional minor/interim releases, this release will mainly include bug fixes. However there’s an interesting feature being released that I’ll be sharing some details on. Namely, a transition to the Microsoft Teams Export API.
In 2020, Microsoft announced the vNext editions of their popular SharePoint, Skype for Business, Project, and Exchange Server applications, due for release in the second half of 2021. However, as of the time of publication, only SharePoint and Project Server Subscription Editions are available. The other products have had their delays greeted with a wall… Continue reading Microsoft Exchange Server vNext Delayed – New Details Available
Congratulations if this was on your InfoSec Bingo Card, Denial of Service via maliciously crafted SSL certificates! Read on for full details!