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updated discussion 04 May 2015
I have a peculiar problem where DFSR is backed up successfully on one server, but fails on the other one.  I created a separate policy for DFSR for the working server, but did not exclude DFSR on the client for either policy.  So I copied those policies for a new server running the same OS and NetBackup versions and SCC backup fails on the DFSR data.  As far as I can ...
updated discussion 04 May 2015
Hello all, I have inserted new licenses through the process: 1- Software Purchase 2- Software License 3- Approval of Contract. After inventoring the machines in my environment, I have waited for Software Product Licensing Recalculation Operation Task to run and then I could run "Software Product Licensing Compliance" report and get a feedback on licensing in my environment. ...
updated discussion 04 May 2015
Hi, I know that Backup Exec is designed for servers but I need to ask if I have a Backup Exec Media server that I'm using for backing up Windows servers(2008/2008R2) and I want to backup client machines (Windows 7). Can Backup Exec 2012 backup the complete system and do a SDR? Thanks, Ahmed
updated discussion 04 May 2015
I am trying to figure out how to schedule my full backup to run after every 8 full optimize synthetic backup cycle. For now i need to perform it manually. Thanks in advance for your advise.
updated blog entry 04 May 2015
While email remains a significant attack method for cybercriminals, attackers are now setting their sights (and scams!) on social media. In 2014, Symantec observed a 70 percent increase in scams distributed via social media, which often spreads rapidly because people are more likely to click something posted by a friend. Criminals hijacked the power of “social proof” – the idea that we ...