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Connection to Acronis Agent for ESX/ESXi (Virtual Appliance) fails after the ESX IP address change. As a result, scheduled Virtual Appliance backup tasks fail too

You are either trying to back up a free VMware ESXi using Acronis Agent for ESX/ESXi or you have not added a license to your paid version of VMware ESX/ESXi

Shut down the appliance, unmount all volumes of guest systems, uninstall the appliance and then install the one from the new build

Virtual Appliance does not support restore of files from a disk backup. If you need to restore files from a disk backup, please use Acronis Agent

These errors can be safely ignored or you can eliminate them with a workaround

Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 Management Server provides an easy way to deploy Agent for ESX/ESXi to every VMware ESX or ESXi server whose virtual machines you want to back up

As a workaround, change the guest operating system settings manually to Windows Server 2008 R2

Independent disks cannot be backed up with the virtual appliance when the virtual machine is turned on

The default credentials for Virtual Appliance-based installation are predefined. For Windows-based they are the ones of Administrator account of the machine with the Acronis Agent installed

This article describes how to deal with the situations when the Virtual Appliance backup/replication performance is low

Specify a random GUID on the "Notes" pane of the Virtual Appliance in vSphere

The recommendation is to use Virtual Appliance instead of Windows Agent

First move the backup to a shared folder. Then move it to a place you wish

After Upgrade from Previous Version the Backup Fails with "Message: There is no activated subscription for account 'user@domain.com'.'".

Make sure you have the latest Virtual Appliance hardware and that you have no more than two disks

Virtual Appliance does not support restore of files from a disk backup. If you need to restore files from a disk backup, please use Acronis Agent

Instructions on how to save the Acronis Agent for ESX/ESXi Virtual Appliance logs to a network share

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This article describes, how to install the Agent for ESX(i) as Virtual Appliance or Agent in Windows.

You do not have a license to back up ESX(i) or Hyper-V. Please add the correct license

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