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How to backup ESXi hosts with PowerCLI

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At the moment I have a lot of scripts laying around which are either snippets or not publishable. Therefore, I’m going to edit them all in the upcoming blog posts and upload them for the community. Today, I’m going to show you a simple but powerful and easy to use …

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PowerShell File Hash Calculator Script

File Hash Calculator in PowerShell This File Hash Calculator Script in PowerShell lets you calculate a hash of a given file and compares it with the original hash/checksum the user provides. The Get-FileHash cmdlet computes the hash value for a file by using a specified hash algorithm. A hash value …

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Veeam Backup Validator PowerShell GUI

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About two weeks ago i remembered a very underestimated feature from Veeam. The Veeam Backup Validator ! So I decided to create a Veeam Backup Validator PowerShell GUI out of it. This command line tool helps you with checking your Veeam Backups. It checks your backup files via CRC at …

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How to use Veeam with custom VM attributes

My Top 5 Veeam ONE Reports

Introduction Today i’m writing about a Veeam feature which i haven’t seen a lot out in the field. In my opinion, you can use this feature to easily sort and evaluate the backup state of virtual machines backed up with Veeam Backup & Replication. During the creation of a Veeam …

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