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Editing and Deleting Credentials Records

You can edit or delete credentials records that you have created.

To edit a credentials record:

  1. From the main menu, select Manage Credentials.
  2. Select the credentials record in the list and click Edit.
  3. If the credentials record is already used for any component in the backup infrastructure, Veeam Backup & Replication will display a warning. Click Yes to confirm your intention.
  4. Edit settings of the credentials record as required.

To delete a credentials record:

  1. From the main menu, select Manage Credentials.
  2. Select the credentials record in the list and click Remove. You cannot delete a record that is already used for any component in the backup infrastructure.

Editing and Deleting Credentials Records Note:

The Credentials Manager contains 3 system credentials records:

  • A credentials record for the Veeam FLR appliance
  • A credentials record for the tenant-side network extension appliance
  • A credentials record for Microsoft Azure helper appliance.

You cannot delete these credentials records. However, you can edit them: change a password and record description.

Editing and Deleting Credentials Records 

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