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updated blog entry 22 Dec 2014
To to re-download and re-install Windows ADK for WinPE 4.0 please follow the steps below: 1 - access and open "PreBootOs.ini" \Program Files\Altiris\Deployment\BDC\bootwiz\ 2 - At "[WINPE40_X64]" modify line "INSTALLED=True" to "False" This will cheat the system to think the ADK has not been installed yet 3 - Save "PreBootOs.ini" and re-start the ITMS console browser 4 - Access ...
new discussion 22 Dec 2014
Running Netbackup Appliances on 2.6.0.3. Having an issue where a couple of our backup clients, configured with policies that specify the ALL_LOCAL_DRIVES directive, but Exclude lists that list C:\ and S:\.  The only affected clients are configured as FT clients.  When the backups run, child jobs are created for all drives, including the c:\ and s:\ drives.  These jobs ...
updated discussion 22 Dec 2014
I am attempting to backup a 2010 Exchange server that is on a Windows 2012 server running Backup Exec 2012.  I have all of the very latest patches and hotfixes installed.  The Exchange server is remote and being backed up via a remote agent, directly to tape.  The entire server is being backed up.  The backup runs fine, with no errors, and the Job History shows it is ...
updated discussion 22 Dec 2014
For our PCI compliance, we need to be able to monitor who makes changes within our NetBackup environment. Using the Audit trails tells me everything I need to know except which user made the change. All I ever see is that Administrator made a change even through a different user did the work. Is there any way to correct this?
updated discussion 22 Dec 2014
Hello, I'm the new guy on the block at my company.  My position is IT Director.  There wasn't an IT department before me, but rather group of consultants that came in once or twice a month and resolved issues, etc..  There was ZERO documentation.  No security. (both network and physical)  Literally a spiderweb of wires all in a ball back behind the server ...