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User Guide for Microsoft Hyper-V

Step 4. Specify Cloud Storage Details

At this step of the wizard, specify the following:

  1. In the Data center region drop-down list, select a region that contains available buckets.
  2. In the Bucket drop-down list, select a bucket that contains available folders.

Make sure the bucket you want to use was created upfront.

  1. Click Browse to select a folder that contains backups created with N2WS Backup & Recovery which you want to import to your Veeam Backup & Replication console.

A folder you select at this step is also created with N2WS Backup & Recovery.

Step 4. Specify Cloud Storage Details Note:

If another Veeam Backup & Replication client has already added the same folder, you will be prompted whether to reclaim ownership of such a folder. For more information about ownership, see Understanding Ownership.

If the selected folder contains encrypted backups, select the Use this password for encrypted backups checkbox and provide a password. If you skip this step for encrypted backups, then such backups will be added to the External (Encrypted) node, as described in the Viewing External Repository Data section.

For more information about encryption, see Understanding Encryption.

Specify Cloud Storage Details

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