Remote Access

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    To be able to access Veeam ONE software components installed on a remote machine, you can use one of the following options.

    Remote Access to Veeam ONE Web Client through Web Browser

    Veeam ONE Web Client console can be accessed using a web browser on a remote machine. For details on how to access Veeam ONE software components, see Accessing Veeam ONE Client and Web Client.

    To access Veeam ONE Web Client console remotely, a user must be a member of the Veeam ONE Administrators, Veeam ONE Read-Only Users or Veeam ONE Power Users group on the machines where Veeam ONE Web Services and Veeam ONE Server components are installed. For details on Veeam ONE security groups, see Security Groups.

    Remote Access for Multi-Tenant Monitoring and Reporting

    Veeam ONE supports multi-tenant access to its monitoring and reporting capabilities. Authorized users can remotely monitor a subset of the vCenter Server or VMware vCloud Director infrastructure and create reports.

    To monitor and report on a restricted scope of the virtual infrastructure, a user must have permissions assigned on objects of the vCenter Server or VMware vCloud Director inventory hierarchy. For details, see Veeam ONE Multi-Tenant Monitoring and Reporting.

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