Upgrade Veeam Backup and Replication v8 to v9 (part 1)

Veeam backup and replication one of the most important backup solutions for modern data center, yesterday Veeam make a new release of Veeam B&R Veeam availability suite v9.

in this blog we will explain how to Upgrade from Veeam B&R  v8 to v9 and you can download Veeam source from this link Download FREE Trial and you can try it for 30 days with no feature limitations.

Upgrade Veeam B&R v8 to v9

  • At first backup old Veeam B&R server .
  •  you Must finish all backup jobs that are running.
  • Stop backup service.

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  • after that amount the source of Veeam backup and replication on your DVD

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  • because i was install Veeam Enterprise Manager  i should start upgrading with it.

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  • installing Net Framework 4.5.2 after finishing the prerequisites installation it will be necessary to restart OS

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  • Start the upgrade again

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  • Accept EULA

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  • press NEXT will appear for you the product that will upgrade and press NEXT.

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  •  Next step will be for choose your license and you can download trial license .

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  •  use your service account for Enterprise Manager.

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  • use existing DB

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  •   DB will be upgraded if required.Screenshot (18)
  • start installation

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  • it will stop the service

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  • install the catalog

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  •  install enterprise manager.

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  • finish and restart

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Next blog we will upgrade Veeam backup and replication .

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