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Veeam Endpoint Backup Check - Via Event Logs

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It looks like the plugins require PowerShell, which doesn't make me happy. Does Veeam require Windows or something? Or is it just that the check commands have been written by Windows users?

Curious if you've seen a good check command for Veeam that does not require the Microsoft PowerShell (which is hit-or-miss on SBC since their ARM support is lacking).

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Robbie
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Hi Robbie

Yeah I understand


I think there are two ways.

1. SNMP Traps  [/url][url=https://helpcenter.veeam.com/docs/backup/vsphere/snmp_options.html?ver=95u4]https://helpcenter.veeam.com/docs/backup/vsphere/snmp_options.html?ver=95u4
2. Windows Event Logs Event ID  450 https://helpcenter.veeam.com/docs/backup...l?ver=95u4


Do you have an idea what could work 

P.s Veeam is installed on a windows server and backs up the servers via the esxi.  It also monitors client backups


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Hi Robbie

Could we try it with the Powershell?
We would be very grateful if we can monitor the backup.
If this does not work, unfortunately I have no support from the company for nems

Thanks!

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