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Export exclude and include of Selection List Jobds

Created: 21 Feb 2014 | 3 comments

I have read in the documentation that if we execute:>bemcmd.exe -o506 > dump_file.txt  will get the info of the selection list.

Just one question, Do you know How Can identify if this path is a include or exclude??? I can get all the list but I Don't know if htere is some parameters to identify it.

 

This is a exclude:

DETAIL ID:           {F9FB4D24-AB10-440F-BA4D-FEC3D0134851}
DETAIL TYPE:         0
LOGON ACCT ID:       {00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000}
LOGON ACCT NAME:     OLEOLE
FILE NAME:           *.*
PATH NAME:           \\datos\imagenarios
NETWORK NAME:        \\SPEEZ\Microsoft Windows Network\OLEOLE\\\BADAJOZ
DEVICE SELECTION:    \\BADAJOZ\D:
SERVER NAME:         \\BADAJOZ
RESOURCE NAME:       \\BADAJOZ\D:
SERVER ID:           {0952B809-15C0-4D98-B8CC-68EE5E294C41}
RESOURCE ID:         {DC0C6EF2-760F-47E9-891A-B172E0EA186F}
BACKUP DEVICE ALIAS: 
DEVICE TYPE:         11
DEVICE SUB-TYPE:     1
OS ID:               14
OS VERSION:          3
EXCLUDE OS ID:       0
PRE-DATE:            
POST-DATE:           
LAST ACCESS DAYS:    0
MODIFIED:            0
READ ONLY:           0
OPERATION TYPE:      0
INCLUDE SUBDIRS:     1
WILD CARDS:          1
RESOURCE TYPE:       11
RESOURCE SUB-TYPE:   1
SET NUMBER:          0
TAPE NUMBER:         0
FAMILY GUID:         {00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000}
FAMILY ID:           0
DS FLAGS:            0
DS PARENT FLAGS:     12
ENTRY TYPE:          0
RESOURCE FLAGS:      0
 
 
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sidd3009's picture

Hello,

The above command  should be dumping the properties of all job definitions to the file named dump_file.txt. Instead of that can you please execute the command as mentioned in the following article? http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH18618

Regards,

Siddhant Saini
Advanced Technical Support Engineer, Symantec Corporation 
www.symantec.com

nttam's picture

Yes,

Also, I have tried this but my question is.

How Can I determinate that this path is in the include policy or exclude policy ??

I can see if go to the GUI console a look this but I woulw like to know if its possible with cli.

 

Regadds

 

sidd3009's picture

I tried to work with some commands but was unable to find a way to achieve it. I'd wait for the inputs from the others(if it is possible) else the only way to look it up is by referring to the GUI. 

Regards,

Siddhant Saini
Advanced Technical Support Engineer, Symantec Corporation 
www.symantec.com