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I have installed one week ago Immunet (6.0.4) on a Veeam Server running on Windows 2008R2 (in addition with AVAST).

Since then CPU usage was increasing and I received some connection failure) and backups were always lasting longer.

 

I was obliged to remove Immunet despite I added an exclusing for all files from Veeam.

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Did you create an Exclusion rule for Avast!'s Program Files folder with Immunet and create a similar exclusion/exception/allow rule for Immunet's Program Files folder with Avast! as well? Doing so can really eliminate a lot of possible conflicts.

 

Please note: Immunet is not free for any "for profit" endeavor. If you're not a multiple-endpoint non-profit charitable, educational organization or do not have your own private intranet no more support will be forth coming. This info is in the EULA when you first installed Immunet.

 

Regards, Ritchie...

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Yes the Exclusion rule for Avast was already present. Not in the beginning but yesterday I add the Exclusion in order to see if could improve performance but this morning I receive more backups warning so I was obliged to remove it.

Because it's a dedicated server for Backups, risks for contamination is very low (but of course not null).

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It sounds like you may have to exclude additional file paths associated with your backup program with Immunet. That's something you could look into.

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I also reinstall Immunet and add the following folders in my Exclusing list:

- Veeam Programm

- Full disk used for backups

 

I restart the backup from 8:00 and now it took 8 minutes (instead of 2) but better as 42 minutes wihtout defining the backup folder within Exclusion list.

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You are right, I either add the folder within ProgramData\Veeam and now it worked again in 2 minutes.

I also remove Veeam Program from Exlusion and now only the the remaining entries:

- Backup folder (where all backups are stored)

- ProgramData\Veam

 

This could be helpfull for other Immunet/Veeam users.

 

Thanks Ritchie for your great help solving that issue.

Greatings from Switzerland

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