ACI node was deployed in Azure VM per documentation "Backup Gateway Quick Start Guide for Microsoft Azure" with version less then 3.5. azure-cli package in version less than 2.0.77-1 is installed.

Attempt to perform cluster update or check updates via WebCP fails without specific error, manual attempt to update azure-cli package separately fails due to dependency issue.

Recovery process for Windows Azure and Amazon EC2 virtual machines described in the user guide applies only when recovering a virtual machine from a backup created of an Azure VM, a local Hyper-V machine, or the source machine being a Windows Server 2016 and up (it contains all necessary drivers to run in Azure natively).


  1. You install Agent for Windows into a Gen 2 Azure VM and perform recovery as described in Windows Azure and Amazon EC2 virtual machines

This article is intended for system administrators operating Acronis Cyber Infrastructure with Acronis Backup Gateway cluster backed by any object storage backend (Amazon s3, Azure, Google, Swift, or other).
This article describes new behavior introduced in version 4.0 of Acronis Cyber Infrastructure. 

You have a Microsoft Azure VM with a Linux Ubuntu operating system that is protected with Advanced Disaster Recovery. If you want to connect to the Recovery server console of this machine in test or production failover, follow the below steps.


As of Windows 11, version 21H2, Microsoft introduced the Azure Code Signing requirement for all Antivirus and Anti-Malware Protection vendors.

Azure Code Signing ensures that your Windows workload is secure and compliant by establishing the identity of the application publisher. It also verifies application integrity, ensuring it has not been modified since publication.

Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud has been tested for compatibility with Microsoft Azure Stack HCI environments and confirmed to work properly in the following scenarios using an Agent-based approach (installing the Protection Agent inside a VM):

1. Installing/uninstalling the Agent for Windows/Linux inside the guest OS of a VM hosted on Azure Stack HCI.