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It is apparent to me and many others that the SMTP system in Backup Exec has been broken almost as long as I have been using it, sometime around 2005. That was probably before they were even taken over by Symantec, but the problem was able to be fixed ...
Idea by MBHB IT crew | 23 May 2012 | 2 comments
Symantec System Recovery 2011 It will be nice to have an option at least to shut down the system after the job finish, or better to be able to run a script or a program. You can already do this. Go You can already do this. Go into the Job ...
Idea by Peky | 14 Dec 2011 | 2 comments
On Symantec System Recovery... Please add an indicator somewhere on the HOME tab showing the status of any OFFSITE BACKUPS. At the least show that an OFFSITE BACKUP COPY is in progress. Ideally, show the progress percent of the copy process. ...
Idea by DanBad | 28 Jul 2011 | 0 comments
When a backup fails, it can be, that there are files left inside the backup target, which are'nt under the control of Symantec System Recovery anymore. In the UI the Backup target will then display some non backup related data on the backlup ...
Idea by Severin Meyer | 18 Jul 2011 | 0 comments
It would be great, if Symantec System Recovery could interact with the SBS console. Because the internal SBS-Backup is not configured when using SSR, there will always be a warning in the console. So it would be nice that the state in the console ...
Idea by Severin Meyer | 18 Jul 2011 | 0 comments
Restore from a non primary copy (closest copy); Situations can arise where the copy 1 is not the desirable copy the restore should be done from. At this time to restore from non copy 1 that copy has to be expired. NO NEED to expire copy 1 It is ...
Idea by Hemon Boidya | 19 Apr 2011 | 1 comment