Direct Attached Storage (DAS)

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    In Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365, you can use the following Microsoft Windows and Linux-based storage types as backup repositories:

    • A Windows-based server with local or directly attached storage.

    Such storage can be a local disk, directly attached disk-based storage (such as a USB hard drive), or iSCSI/FC SAN LUN in case the server is connected into the SAN fabric.

    • Linux-based storage connected to the Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 server.

    Such storage can be a local disk, directly attached disk-based storage (such as a USB hard drive), NFS share, or iSCSI/FC SAN LUN in case the server is connected into the SAN fabric. The storage must then be provisioned to the Windows-based server VM as a volume in the guest OS.

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    Adding Backup Repositories

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