Contractions and Posessives

In Veeam technical documentation, we do not use contractions — neither negative nor positive.

When speaking about possessive nouns, we do not use apostrophes. If a sentence contains a possessive noun, we either do not include an apostrophe or try to restructure the sentence in a way it does not need the construction any more.

Examples

  1. Backup from Storage Snapshots can't be used for VMs whose disks are located on VVol datastores.

Backup from Storage Snapshots cannot be used for VMs whose disks are located on VVol datastores.

  1. If a VM is neither available in the seed nor mapped to an existing VM replica, it'll be skipped from processing.

If a VM is neither available in the seed nor mapped to an existing VM replica, it will be skipped from processing.

  1. User's roles configured on the Veeam backup server apply to Veeam Agent backup jobs as well.

User roles configured on the Veeam backup server apply to Veeam Agent backup jobs as well.

  1. The SP takes responsibility for configuring backup infrastructure on the tenant's side and performing all disaster recovery tasks.

The SP takes responsibility for configuring backup infrastructure on the tenant side and performing all disaster recovery tasks.

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