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Veeam ONE 9.5
Deployment Guide

Business View

To install Veeam ONE Business View, use a command with the following syntax:

msiexec.exe [/L*v "<path_to_log>"] /qn /i "<path_to_msi>" [BV_SERVICE_USER="<Veeam_One_Service_Account>"][BV_SERVICE_PASSWORD="<Veeam_One_Service_Account_Password>"][BV_SQLINSTANCENAME="<SQL_server>"][BV_SQLSERVER_DATABASE="<database_name>"] [BV_SQLSERVER_AUTHENTICATION="0"] [BV_SQLSERVER_USERNAME="<SQL_auth_username>"] [BV_SQLSERVER_PASSWORD="<SQL_auth_password>"] [BV_WEB_SITE_PORT="<bv_site_port>"] [BV_THUMBPRINT="bv_site_certificate"] [VO_INSTALLATION_TYPE="0"]

The command has the following parameters:

Option

Parameter

Required

Description

/L

*v logfile

No

Creates an installation log file with the verbose output.

Specify an existing path to the log file as the parameter value. A setup log file created during the previous installation is cleared.

Example: /L*v ”C:\ProgramData\Veeam\Setup\Temp\Logs\BuisinessViewSetup.txt”

/q

n

Yes

Sets the user interface level to “no”, which means no user interaction is needed during installation.

/i

setup file

Yes

Installs Business View. Specify a full path to the setup file as the parameter value.

Example: /i “C:\Veeam\BusinessView\BV_x64.msi”

BV_SERVICE_USER

user

No

Specifies a user account that will be used to access Veeam ONE database from the Web UI in the Microsoft Windows authentication mode.

Example: BV_SERVICE_USER="ONESERVER\Administrator"

BV_SERVICE_PASSWORD

password

No

This parameter must be used if you have specified the BV_SERVICE_USER parameter.

Specifies a password for the account that will be used to access Veeam ONE database from the Web UI.

Example: BV_SERVICE_PASSWORD="p@ssw0rd"

BV_SQLINSTANCENAME

SQL server\instance

No

Specifies a Microsoft SQL server and instance on which the Veeam ONE database will be deployed. By default, Veeam ONE uses the LOCALHOST\VEEAMSQL2012 server.

Example: BV_SQLINSTANCENAME="ONESERVER\VEEAMSQL2012_MY"

BV_SQLSERVER_DATABASE

database

No

Specifies a name of the Veeam ONE database, by default, VeeamOne.

Example: BV_SQLSERVER_DATABASE="VeeamOneDB"

BV_SQLSERVER_AUTHENTICATION

0/1

No

Specifies if you want to use the Microsoft SQL Server authentication mode to connect to the Microsoft SQL Server where the Veeam ONE database is deployed. Specify 1 to use the SQL Server authentication mode. If you do not use this parameter, Business View will connect to the Microsoft SQL Server in the Microsoft Windows authentication mode (default value, 0).

Together with this parameter, you must specify the following parameters: BV_SQLSERVER_USERNAME and BV_SQLSERVER_PASSWORD.

Example: BV_SQLSERVER_AUTHENTICATION="1"

BV_SQLSERVER_USERNAME

user

No

This parameter must be used if you have specified the BV_SQLSERVER_AUTHENTICATION parameter.

Specifies a LoginID to connect to the Microsoft SQL Server in the SQL Server authentication mode.

Example: BV_SQLSERVER_USERNAME="sa"

BV_SQLSERVER_PASSWORD

password

No

This parameter must be used if you have specified the BV_SQLSERVER_AUTHENTICATION parameter.

Specifies a password to connect to the Microsoft SQL Server in the SQL Server authentication mode.

Example: BV_SQLSERVER_PASSWORD="p@ssw0rd"

BV_WEB_SITE_PORT

port

No

Specifies a port that will be used by the Business View website. By default, port number 1340 is used.

Example: BV_WEB_SITE_PORT="1340"

BV_THUMBPRINT

hash

No

Specifies the certificate to be used by the Business View website. If this parameter is not specified, a new certificate will be generated by openssl.exe.

Example: BV_THUMBPRINT="0677d0b8f27caccc966b15d807b41a101587b488"

VO_INSTALLATION_TYPE

0, 1 or 2

No

Specifies the mode in which Veeam ONE will collect data from virtual infrastructure and Veeam Backup & Replication servers. Specify 1 to use the Optimized for Advanced Scalability Deployment mode. Specify 2 to use The Backup Data Only mode. If you do not use this parameter, Veeam ONE will collect data in the Optimized for Typical Deployment mode (default value, 0). For details, see Choose Data Collection Mode.

Example: VO_INSTALLATION_TYPE="2"

Example

Suppose you want to install Business View with the following configuration:

  • Installation log location: C:\ProgramData\Veeam\Setup\Temp\Logs\BuisinessViewSetup.txt
  • No user interaction
  • Path to the MSI file: C:\Veeam\BusinessView\BV_x64.msi
  • Service user account: ONESERVER\Administrator
  • Service user account password: p@ssw0rd
  • SQL Server instance and database name: default
  • Reporter website port: default
  • Reporter website certificate: generate new
  • Data collection mode: Optimized for Typical Deployment

The command to install Business View with such configuration will have the following parameters:

msiexec.exe /L*v "C:\ProgramData\Veeam\Setup\Temp\Logs\BuisinessViewSetup.txt" /qn /i "C:\Veeam\BusinessView\BV_x64.msi" BV_SERVICE_USER="ONESERVER\Administrator" BV_SERVICE_PASSWORD="p@ssw0rd" BV_WEB_SITE_PORT="1340" VO_INSTALLATION_TYPE="0"

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