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Using Veeam FastSCP for Microsoft Azure for on-premises workloads

This month Veeam released the RTM version of FastSCP for Microsoft Azure.

-> http://www.veeam.com/blog/fastscp-microsoft-azure-available.html

I really like the tool for my Microsoft Azure VM workloads. But you can use the tool also for your on-premises VM workloads. Just make sure you have enabled Windows Remote Management and the Port 5985 is open. You can easily test it with PowerShell and the Test-NetConnection cmdlet.

DanielsTechBlog.de > Test-NetConnection dc-cdm.azure.local -Port 5985

ComputerName           : dc-cdm.azure.local
RemoteAddress          :
RemotePort             : 5985
InterfaceAlias         : VMware Network Adapter VMnet1
SourceAddress          :
PingSucceeded          : True
PingReplyDetails (RTT) : 0 ms
TcpTestSucceeded       : True

Open Veeam FastSCP, click on Add Machine in the Ribbon Bar and enter the details.


Now you are able to download and upload file to your on-premises VM via FastSCP.




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