Credentials

In credentials management settings, you can set an account that will be used to collect data from the guest OS of Windows and Linux-based VMs. If you do not specify credentials in Server Settings, Veeam ONE will use the account under which you added a virtualization server. For more information on how to connect servers in Veeam ONE Client, see section Connecting Servers of the Veeam ONE Deployment Guide.

To access Credentials settings:

  1. Open Veeam ONE Client.

For details, see Accessing Veeam ONE Client.

  1. On the toolbar, click Settings > Server Settings.

Alternatively, press [CTRL + S] on the keyboard.

  1. In the Server Settings window, open the Credentials tab.
  2. Specify guest OS credentials:
  1. In the Linux VMs Guest OS Credentials section, specify the login and password of an account that will be used to collect data from the guest OS of Linux-based VMs.

In the Port field, change the default connection port if required.

To disable fingerprint validation for Linux VMs, select Skip fingerprint check.

  1. In the Windows VMs Guest OS Credentials section, specify the login and password of an account that will be used to collect data from the guest OS of Windows-based VMs.

Credentials Management Settings

Tip:

You can set guest OS credentials on individual VMs. To do this, right-click a VM and choose Guest OS Credentials from the shortcut menu.

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