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vRanger 7.8 - Integration Guide for EMC Data Domain Boost (DD Boost)

Minimum hardware requirements

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Supported operating systems for installation

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Installing vRanger > vRanger system requirements > Supported operating systems for installation

Windows Server 2008 R212

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In addition to a supported version of Windows® and a supported VMware® Infrastructure, you may need some additional software components, depending on your configuration.
Microsoft® .NET Framework: vRanger requires the .NET Framework 4.5. The vRanger installer installs it if not detected.
SQL Server: [Optional] vRanger utilizes two SQL Server® databases for application functionality. vRanger can install a local version of SQL Express 2014 SP3 or you can choose to install the vRanger databases on your own SQL instance.
Windows PowerShell 3 or above.If you are installing vRanger on Windows 2008 R2 SP1, you will need to install Windows PowerShell 3 or above before installing vRanger
vRanger virtual appliance (VA): The vRanger VA is a small, pre-packaged Linux® distribution that serves as a platform for vRanger operations away from the vRanger server. vRanger uses the VA for the following functions:
Updates for Windows Server 2012 R2: Before installing vRanger on Windows Server 2012 R2, ensure that the Windows updates listed below are installed:

Installing vRanger

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You may choose to install vRanger with a new instance of SQL Server® Express or on an existing SQL Server. You also need to configure DB credentials now.
For more information, see the Quest vRanger Installation/Upgrade Guide.

Configuring vRanger

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Installing vRanger > Configuring vRanger

Adding vCenters or hosts: Before you can begin backups, you must add one or more VMware® vCenter™ or ESXi™ servers to the vRanger inventory. To add a vCenter, you must have credentials with Administrator access to the vCenter, along with root-level credentials for each host managed by the vCenter. vRanger provides the option to exclude hosts from the vRanger inventory, which also excludes them from licensing.
Adding repositories: Repositories are where vRanger stores the savepoints created by each backup job. For the purposes of this integration, an EMC® Data Domain® Boost (DD Boost™) repository should be used.
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