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In my earlier post I wrote about new software product from Veeam – Endpoint Backup Free https://wojcieh.net/veeam-endpoint-backup-free-beta-available/.

Yesterday Veeam announced that Endpoint Backup Free is Generally Available. I think this is great software which has ton of useful features and what is most important it is completely Free!

To add even more value to product Veeam is providing support for it – isn’t this great? Below you will find a bit more details what features does it have and link to download it.

The solution

Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE is a standalone solution that helps you protect Windows endpoints. It is a data-protection and disaster-recovery solution for physical machines (endpoints). Protecting an entire endpoint, protecting specific volumes or individual folders are all possibilities with Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE. As always, though, while protecting your data may be one thing, it’s the restore and the restore possibilities that matter!

Fast, hassle-free backups

Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE supports Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 or later, and Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 or later (up to Windows 8.1 and Windows 2012 R2).

Fast, hassle-free backups Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE is the perfect solution for scheduling automatic backups of your entire system or the specific volumes and folders of your choosing. Or, if the need should arise, you can run standalone full backups as well. Backups created with Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE can be saved to one of the following locations: • External storage devices (e.g., USB hard drive) • Network shared folder • Veeam Backup & Replication™ repository

Easy-to-use recovery

If you ever need to get your data back, Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE offers several easy-to-use recovery options—all from the same image-level backup, including: • Bare-metal: Restore your entire system to the same or different hardware • Volume-level: Restore a failed hard drive or partition • File-level: Restore individual files in minutes!

Bootable recovery media

If the OS installed on the computer fails to start for some reason, you can boot the OS from the recovery image. Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE lets you create a bootable recovery image of your computer on different kinds of media, including:

  • Removable storage devices (e.g., USB flash drives, SD cards, etc.)
  • CD/DVD/BD media
  • ISO image

Built-in administration and diagnostic tools

Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE includes both proprietary and Microsoft Windows diagnostic tools to help you troubleshoot issues and accomplish advanced administration tasks, including:

  • Reset password: Reset the password for the built-in Administrator account
  • Startup repair: Fix system problems that might prevent Windows from starting (e.g., missing or damaged system files, corrupted boot sector, etc.)
  • Memory diagnostics: Check the system memory of your computer and detect potential problems after the next system reboot
  • Command prompt: Start the Windows command prompt

Download

If you want to download and test Veeam Endpoint Backup Free simply use this download link: http://www.veeam.com/endpoint-backup-free-download.html

Read more

If you want to read more about software itself use following links:

http://www.veeam.com/blog/veeam-endpoint-backup-free-is-here.html

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Wojciech Marusiak
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Wojciech Marusiak

Consultant at VMware Global, Inc.
I am innovative and experienced VMware and Windows Server Engineer with over 10 years in the IT industry specializing in VMware virtualization and Microsoft Server environment.

My experience and skills has been proven by leading vendor certifications like VMware Certified Advanced Professional 5 – Data Center Administration, VMware Certified Advanced Professional 5 – Data Center Design, VMware Certified Professional 6 - Data Center Virtualization, VMware Certified Professional 6 - Network Virtualization, Microsoft MCITP Server Administrator, ITIL V3, VMware vExpert 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 Award.

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