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Here's the first page of the Management Server Upgrade Wizard, as displayed when I upgraded my SEPM from v11.0.4202.75: The wording of the panel is a little awkward and redundant. But in particular, shouldn't it say "Upgrade ...
Idea by JRV | 24 Sep 2009 | 3 comments
Prelude Initially, I wrote this about Backup Exec, because that's where I ran into this problem. I'm also a SAV & SEP veteran but don't recall seeing this heinous language in their KB articles. So maybe it's a Veritas thing. ...
Idea by JRV | 13 Sep 2009 | 20 comments
My "Search Clients" usage is approximately as follows: Looking for a specific computer: 60% Looking to see which computer(s) a user is logged onto: 35% All other queries: 5% The Query controls require a lot of fussy selections for ...
Idea by JRV | 11 Jun 2009 | 0 comments
In smaller systems, particularly, one has maybe a dozen servers, each with multiple roles. Those roles all call for different exceptions. For redundancy at least 2 servers will perform at the same role, So no 2 servers are likely to have the same roles, ...
Idea by JRV | 10 Jun 2009 | 4 comments
SEP includes built-in exceptions for AD and Exchange. AFAIK, that's it. And that's nice, because it wasn't too long ago there were none at all. But there are lots of widely-used technologies that need exceptions. These are documented by ...
Idea by JRV | 10 Jun 2009 | 4 comments