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What do you do with a Veeam agent backup for some hardware you no longer own, but would like to access the operating system? Restore it some where else of course! This is the beauty and ease of use of the Veeam backup suite and on for this example, a Veeam agent for Windows recovery to a virtual machine. This one will be a little different as the recovery will be to a Synology Virtual Machine, but the process is the same and works well.
The Process Step 1 – Create Veeam Agent Recovery Media.
To do this, you first need to download and install Veeam Agent for Windows which is available here as a free download. Once installed, launch the Create Recovery Media wizard.
We want to create an ISO image to boot from later on, there is also the option to create a bootable USB key. My example below shows an SD card that can also be used as a boot option to launch the bare metal recovery wizard. You can add additional drivers at this
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