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How to fix Content Security Policy (CSP) Missing

The Content Security Policy provides a valuable safety net that protects your website from malicious cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks. A well configured policy will stop an attacker attempting to inject their code, or references to other malicious content, into your website. Without a Content Security Policy, it’s easy for website developers to make mistakes that allow an attacker to inject content that changes the way the website behaves.

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How to Plan Failover virtual machine to Disaster Recover Site at Veeam Backup and Replication v12

Planned failover is the smooth manual switching from a primary VM to its replica with minor downtime. Planned failover is proper when you know primary VMs are planning to go offline, and you need to switch the workload from the original VMs to their replicas as soon as possible. For example, you can use planned failover to perform data center migration, maintenance, or software upgrades on primary VMs. You can also perform planned failover if you see signs of an impending disaster.

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How to undo failover the virtual machine to Production Site at Veeam Backup and Replication v12

One method for completing failover is to use failover undo. When you undo failover, you return to the original VM from a VM replica. When a virtual machine replica is in the Failover state, Veeam Backup & Replication discards all changes made to the replica. This is because the Failover state is intended to be a temporary state used to restore the virtual machine to operation quickly in the event of a disaster.

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