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After reboot, Storage Foundation for Windows (SFW) 5.1 Dynamic Secondary disk groups do not auto-import if they contain Veritas Volume Replicator (VVR) objects. Windows System log file has entries regarding vxboot and duplicate virtual device numbers.
Doc. ID: TECH67630 | 2013-11-04
When trying to perform administrative operations within Veritas Enterprise Administrator (VEA) following message is displayed and the operation is unsuccessful: VEA Error V-39-49152-9 Your user account does not have privileges to perform the operation.
Doc. ID: TECH55693 | 2013-11-04
After upgrading from Storage Foundation for Windows (and HA) 4.3 MP 1 to Storage Foundation for Windows (and HA) 4.3 MP 2, the Microsoft Windows Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) service will throw errors and may not start correctly.
Doc. ID: TECH52246 | 2013-11-04
Questions regarding Support for Microsoft Windows Disk Management Disk Group in Veritas Volume Replicator for Windows, Veritas Cluster Server for Windows and Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows.
Doc. ID: TECH126429 | 2013-11-04
V-16-13-3060 "Selected volume, '%s' or its corresponding diskgroup, '%s' \nhas a VCS resource configured in service group(s)%s.\nWizard cannot configure MountV resource for the selected path, '%s'." appears in SFW HA for Windows - DB Agent for MS SQL
Doc. ID: TECH51704 | 2013-11-01
Late Breaking News (LBN) for the SFW HA Version 4.x (4.0, 4.1, 4.1 Rollup Patch 1 (RP1), 4.2, 4.2 RP1, 4.2 Rollup Patch 2 (RP2), 4.3, 4.3 Maintenance Pack 1 (MP1), and 4.3 Maintenance Pack 1 (MP2)) for Windows (updated on June 2 , 2010)
Doc. ID: TECH39316 | 2013-11-01
How to confirm the current cumulative patch or individual patches installed on a system running Storage Foundation for Windows, Storage Foundation for Windows High Availability, and Veritas Cluster Server.
Doc. ID: TECH179715 | 2013-10-31
Storage Foundation High Availability Solutions for Windows , Storage Foundation for Windows and Veritas Cluster Server for Windows 6.0.1 Cumulative Patch 2 (CP2).
Doc. ID: TECH212016 | 2013-10-31
Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) for Symantec Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions 5.1 Service Pack 2 (SP2), and SP2 DDI_Q2_2013 for Windows and Veritas Dynamic Multi-Pathing 5.1 for Windows
Doc. ID: TECH138719 | 2013-10-29
Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) for Symantec Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions 5.1 Service Pack 1 (SP1), SP 1 DDI_Q2_2013 and SP1 Application Pack 1 (AP1) for Windows
Doc. ID: TECH77195 | 2013-10-29
Best practice for using Backup Exec System Recover with EMC Replication Manager or Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions for Windows (SFWHA) and hotfix for symsnap.sys
Doc. ID: TECH124816 | 2013-10-25
Dynamic disks show as offline following a restore of a Storage Foundation for Windows cluster using Backup Exec System Recovery (BESR).
Doc. ID: TECH73001 | 2013-10-24
Unable to initialize Fusion IO disk in VEA when the disk has a sector size of 4096 bytes - Storage Foundation for Windows.
Doc. ID: TECH211830 | 2013-10-24
DOCUMENTATION: How to use VERITAS NetBackup (tm) EnterpriseServer 5.1 for Windows - Advanced Client and Storage Foundation (formerly known as Volume Manager) VxVM Snapshot Mirror for a Microsoft SQL Server 2000 client local backup.
Doc. ID: TECH38556 | 2013-10-23
How to perform data migration from an existing array to a new array using SFW
Doc. ID: TECH87823 | 2013-10-21
Using the vxdmpadm utility in Veritas Dynamic Multi-pathing for Windows
Doc. ID: TECH211493 | 2013-10-14
SFW or SFW HA install fails to copy files.
Doc. ID: TECH208518 | 2013-10-01
Using VxDiskEd on servers running Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows and Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows High Availability 4.x, 5.x, and 6.x
Doc. ID: TECH211025 | 2013-09-30
Device Driver Installation Package Q2 2013 (DDI Q2 2013 package)
Doc. ID: TECH210731 | 2013-09-27
List of Device Driver Installation Packages
Doc. ID: TECH155178 | 2013-09-27