Really? Who asked the question?
Btw, is there anything agentless and free for Hyper-V or vSphere that can be used for scheduled VM backup? I had hopes for the free Unitrends but now they're shattered after this post.
Edit: Looks like the Unitrends' free offering for VMware is better but it's a topic for a different thread I guess:)
Which part do you want free? ESXi/vSphere slash Hyper-V or Veeam?
VBR does offer a free edition, but does not include scheduling capabilities. You can get around that with PS scrips invoking the jobs and Task Scheduler. However, if it breaks, then you get "Best Effort" support.
VMware ESXi/vSphere - No, because the API's will not be enabled for something like Veeam to interact with it..
Hyper-V - If you download the free Microsoft Hyper-V 2016 hypervisor (not a full blown 2016 server and add the Hyper-V role), then it is too free, but can be a pain to manage sometimes, but does allow for you to have VBR interact with it for free. Only downside for it with VBR is that you don't get all of the features that you could get with ESXi/vSphere.
Jee, thanks. I feel a whole lot better about flying out tomorrow now.
My neighboring city is Gun Barrel City. Go across the bridge and you will find Seven Points. Turn left in Seven Points and you will find the city of Tool. If you turn right in Seven Points, you will find Cap City. We also have a town called Log Cabin.
Plus, when we lived in New Mexico, I heard about a town literally called T&C, short for Truth & Consequences, after a 50's game show. Out in West Texas, there is a small town called Eula.