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No VM's in Hyper-V HA field discovered by BEXEC 2012

Created: 23 Sep 2013 • Updated: 23 Sep 2013 | 4 comments

Hi,

I have 3 HV’s hosts (on separate physical servers) working with Windows Server 2012 as a Clauster. And at this moment (in future will be more) I have 2 VM’s guests:

  • Windows Server 2008 R2 with Backup Exec 2012 SP2 server installed
  • Windows Server 2012 working as DC

On each HV’s host I install Agent for Windows ( I have license for 3 AGENT FOR VMWARE AND HYPER-V).  You can see my environment screen (1):

env1.jpg

                                                                    (1)

I want to backup and restore VM’s in image level and whole HV hosts. But I have some problems in each hosts I don’t see VM and .vhd files in Microsoft Hyper-V (2) (no SDR ON why ?):

nvhd3.jpg

                                                             (2)

On the cluster node the same problem:

nvhd22.jpg

                                                                     (3)

I read of course some articles and I know that I need backup Hyper-V HA from this plece (3) not from C:\ClusterStorge\Volume1.

So my questions are:

1. What do I need configure to get acces to my VM's from Microsoft Hyper-V HA Virtual Machines in my backup configuration ?

2. Where can I find (I know admin guide) information about restore full HV host and guest in environment similar to me ?

Operating Systems:

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Jaydeep S's picture
1. Add BESA account to the Local Administrator group on all nodes of the Hyper-V cluster
2. Add the Backup Exec Service Account (BESA) account with full rights in the Cluster manager for the Hyper-V Cluster Resource/Name
3. If you do a Vssadmin List Writes on the nodes of the Hyper V are you able to see Microsoft Hyper-V VSS Writer as stable. Are there any Event id 12301 or 12366 or 10107

rooney's picture

Thx for your fast answer.

1. done

2. done

3. On all 3 hosts Microsoft Hyper-V VSS Writer State: [1] Stable

4. BEXEC server restarted

Still the same problem. Do you have any ideas to deal with it ?

Jaydeep S's picture

This does look tricky. I would suggest you to open a support case so that all the relevant logs can be analyzed for faster solution.