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new discussion 03 May 2015
Hi All, Solaris install keeps failing  I had a similar issue some time ago, however it was not SYMCnbclt.  Installing SYMCnbclt package. ./cp_to_client: pkgadd: not found ERROR:   Failed to install SYMCnbclt on testussm01.          Cannot complete the install.          ...
updated discussion 03 May 2015
Hi. Basic question: can BE2015 run on Windows 8.1? Also, what are the differences between BE2015 and Symantec Ghost Solution Suite v2.5? Thanks, CrVMo
new discussion 03 May 2015
Hi there, Sorry to post another 'my system is running slow' query...but I really need your help and I'm keen to know what others are doing. Brief history: We used to use a Veeam Backup and replicate to protect our VM's.  At the time Veeam could not write to tape, so we used to fire a backup exec job to push the resultant Veeam full backup file to tape. Our few physical servers would be ...
new discussion 03 May 2015
I have been using the PGP desktop and Universal server, so I understand it. Now I see the SEE (Symantec Endpoint Encryption) product and I'm confused about what the differences are. The documentation isn't clear.
discussion comment 03 May 2015
updated discussion 03 May 2015
Hi All, I have two ESX5.5 server and a Master server(Windows 2012 R2) connected 10Gbps LAN. Then I heard that NetBackup uses neither File transfer nor Block transfer, but Buffer transfer. So, I wonder how fast Buffer transfer compared with File transfer or Block transfer. Would you tell me about that if there is any information?