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Microsoft® Azure Backup Server v3

Microsoft Azure Backup provides backup for application workloads like Microsoft SQL Server, Hyper-V and VMware VMs, SharePoint Server, Exchange and Windows clients with support for both Disk to Disk backup for local copies and Disk to Disk to Cloud backup for long term retention. Azure Backup Server now supports Windows Server 2016 workloads as well as Modern Backup Storage as documented below.

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  • Version:

    13.0.415.0

    Date Published:

    10/4/2022

    File Name:

    System_Center_Microsoft_Azure_Backup_Server_v3.exe

    System_Center_Microsoft_Azure_Backup_Server_v3-1.bin

    System_Center_Microsoft_Azure_Backup_Server_v3-2.bin

    System_Center_Microsoft_Azure_Backup_Server_v3-3.bin

    System_Center_Microsoft_Azure_Backup_Server_v3-4.bin

    System_Center_Microsoft_Azure_Backup_Server_v3-5.bin

    System_Center_Microsoft_Azure_Backup_Server_v3-6.bin

    System_Center_Microsoft_Azure_Backup_Server_v3-7.bin

    File Size:

    588.8 KB

    701.3 MB

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    701.9 MB

    88.6 MB

    KB Articles:

    KB4457852

    With Microsoft Azure Backup, you can protect application workloads such as Hyper-V VMs, Microsoft SQL Server, SharePoint Server, Microsoft Exchange and Windows clients to:
    - Disk (D2D), giving high RTOs for tier 1 workloads
    - Azure (D2D2C) for long term retention.
    Also, now with MABS v3, VMware is supported in production when Azure Backup Server is deployed on Windows 2016 or Windows 2019


    You can deploy Microsoft Azure Backup server (MABS) as:
    - A physical standalone server.
    - A Hyper-V virtual machine - You can run MABS as a virtual machine hosted on an on-premises Hyper-V host server, to back up on-premises data.
    - A Windows virtual machine in VMWare - You can deploy MABS to provide protection for Microsoft workloads running on Windows virtual machines in VMWare. In this scenario MABS can be deployed as a physical standalone server, as a Hyper-V virtual machine, or as a Windows virtual machine in VMWare.
    - An Azure virtual machine - You can run MABS as a virtual machine in Azure to back up cloud workloads running as Azure virtual machines.

  • Supported Operating Systems

    Windows Server 2019, Windows Server 2016

    Processor:
    Minimum: 1 GHz, dual-core CPU
    Recommended: 2.33 GHz quad-core CPU

    RAM:
    Minimum: 8GB
    Recommended: 10GB

    Hard Drive Space:
    Minimum: 5GB
    Recommended: 10GB

    Disks for backup storage pool: 1.5 times size of data to be protected
  • Step 1: Click on download and select all the files. All the files should be in the same folder post successful download.
    Step 2: Run MicrosoftAzureBackupInstaller.exe from the download folder with elevated privileges.
    Step 3: Ensure Microsoft .Net 3.5, Microsoft .Net 3.5 SP1 and Microsoft Net 4.0/4.5/4.6.1 is installed. If you are installing agent on Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, install Windows Management Framework 4.0
    Step 4: Refer to detailed documentation for configuring your Microsoft Azure Backup server for workload backup (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=617319&clcid=0x409)
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