To access Veeam Backup for AWS, complete the following steps:
- In a web browser, navigate to the Veeam Backup for AWS URL.
The URL consists of a public IPv4 address or DNS hostname of the EC2 instance where Veeam Backup for AWS is installed. Note that the website is available over HTTPS.
- IPv4 address — https://22.214.171.124
- Public DNS hostname — https://ec2-135-169-170-192.eu-central-1.compute.amazonaws.com
When you try to access Veeam Backup for AWS, the browser may display a warning notifying that the connection is untrusted. To eliminate the warning, you can replace a TLS certificate that is currently used to secure traffic between the web browser and the backup server with a trusted TLS certificate. For details on how to replace certificates, see Configuring Security Certificates.
If you log in for the first time, use credentials of the Default Admin user that was created during the initial configuration of Veeam Backup for AWS. For future work, you can add other users to Veeam Backup for AWS. For details, see Creating Users.
If you forgot the user password, you can reset it. To do that, click the Forgot password? link and follow the instructions provided in this Veeam KB article.
- Select the Keep me logged in to save the specified credentials in a persistent browser cookie.
With this option enabled, you will not need to provide credentials when you access Veeam Backup for AWS in a new browser session.
- Click Log in.
If multi-factor authentication (MFA) is enabled for the user, type the verification code sent to the trusted device and click Log in.
To log out of Veeam Backup for AWS, at the top of the Veeam Backup for AWS window, click the user name and then click Log Out.