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Veeam Availability Console 3.0
Guide for Resellers

Viewing Backup Reports

Backup reports that were generated manually or automatically, according to a specified schedule, are saved in the All Reports list. Backup reports are available as PDF documents that you can download and view.

To view a backup report:

  1. Log in to Veeam Availability Console.

For details, see Accessing Veeam Availability Console.

  1. In the menu on the left, click Reports.

Veeam Availability Console will display a list of all generated backup reports. To narrow down the list of reports, you can use the following filters:

  • Report — search backup reports by report configuration name.
  • Type — limit the list of reports by type (VM Backup Reports, Backup Agent Reports).
  • Time period — limit the list of backup reports by generation date.
  • Company/Location — limit the list of reports by company and location to which jobs belong. To limit the list of reports by company and location, use filters at the top left corner of the Veeam Availability Console window.
  1. Select the necessary backup report in the list and click View at the top of the list.

Alternatively, you can click a link in the Report column.

The backup report PDF file will be saved to the default download location on your computer.

Protected Computers Backup Report

The Protected Computers report analyzes the efficiency of computer data protection with Veeam backup agents.

  • The Report Parameters section provides information about company locations, RPO period and OS type of computers in the report scope, mask for the computers excluded from the report scope, and the way Veeam backup agent jobs are grouped in the report.
  • The Summary section provides information about the number of company locations in the report scope and the number of discovered, protected and unprotected computers in each location.
  • The report charts display information about protected and unprotected computers, the type and platform of computers protected with Veeam backup agents, the latest backup status of each job on protected computers, and reasons for a failure to meet RPO requirements.
  • The Details section provides information about all protected and unprotected computers including host name, backup policy name, backup source and target, number of available restore points and date and time of the latest backup.
  • The Protected Agents subsection displays a list of client computers that have at least one backup or replica restore point that meets RPO requirements specified in the report configuration. Information on protected computers in each company location is grouped by Veeam backup agent or backup policy, as configured in the report parameters.
  • The Unprotected Agents subsection displays a list of client computers that do not have valid backup or replica restore points within the configured RPO period. Information on unprotected computers in each company location is grouped by the age of the latest backup files.

View Report Details
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Protected VMs Backup Report

The Protected VMs report analyzes the efficiency of VM data protection with Veeam Backup & Replication.

  • The Report Parameters section provides information about company locations, RPO period and job type type of VMs in the report scope and mask for the VMs excluded from the report scope.
  • The Summary section provides information about the total number of VMs and the number of protected and unprotected VMs in each company location.
  • The report charts display information about the number of VMs protected with Veeam Backup & Replication, and the latest backup status.
  • The Details section provides information about all protected and unprotected VMs including VM name, backup job name and destination, backup type, number of available restore points and date and time of the latest backup.
  • The Protected VMs subsection displays a list of VMs that have at least one backup or replica restore point that meets RPO requirements specified in the report configuration. Information on protected VMs in each company location is grouped by last backup state.
  • The Unprotected VMs subsection displays a list of VMs that have outdated or missing backup or replica restore points. Information on unprotected VMs in each company location is grouped by the age of the latest backup files.

View Report Details

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