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  • Re: Backup Client installation on a mac

    Hi Daniel&nbsp; It looks like the user credentials that was provided for the push install is incorrect. 8744&nbsp; 3394&nbsp; 06/13 15:21:49 1427 Client [163] [172.20.5.113] [QINSTALL_ERROR_LOGON] 8744&nbsp; 3394&nbsp; 06/13 15:21:49 1427 ******************************************* 8744&nbsp; 3394&nbsp; 06/13 15:21:49 1427 bvSuccess = false, ...
    Posted to Backup and Recovery (Forum) by Wwong on June 13, 2018
  • Re: Role pointers for AD restore

    Hi JReynolds The following documentation would be a good starting points to managing User Permissions&nbsp; Documentation -&nbsp;http://documentation.commvault.com/commvault/v11/article?p=8051.htm Since you will be restricting/limiting the access for helpdesk staff, it might be good to setup a specific ''Role'' -&gt;&nbsp;A role is a collection of ...
    Posted to Backup and Recovery (Forum) by Wwong on June 13, 2018
  • Re: Restore Active Directory to another server with another name

    Hi smckvey Base on the ''Supported Features - Active Directory iDataAgent'', Out-of-place restore of the Active Directory for Objects or Attribute is not supported. Documentation - http://documentation.commvault.com/commvault/v11/article?p=14398.htm The only method would be, doing an&nbsp;out of place restore from Windows file system back up and ...
    Posted to Backup and Recovery (Forum) by Wwong on June 13, 2018
  • Re: Backup directly to tape

    Hi Dbartman The solution you are seeking is definitely possible and this is referred to as a Secondary Copy (Synchronous Copy). Documentation -&nbsp;http://documentation.commvault.com/commvault/v11/article?p=13901.htm The purpose&nbsp;Secondary Copy (Synchronous Copy) is to create a secondary set of data from your Primary Copy. The&nbsp;Secondary ...
    Posted to Backup and Recovery (Forum) by Wwong on June 13, 2018
  • Re: Communication errors?

    Hi tbrown If CommVault firewall/Network Route is not helping, the next step will have to be the wireshark capture, so you can either find out whether it is the internal network or the external ISP that is the issue. Thank you&nbsp; Winston
    Posted to Backup and Recovery (Forum) by Wwong on June 13, 2018
  • Re: Mark a job bad

    Hi Anders When a chunk is impacted due to corruption or other storage related issue, when we run a Data Verification from Commvault, the purpose is to identify all the associated jobs to that chunk and mark those jobs as bad.&nbsp; Ok so the purpose of marking jobs as bad, is so the next Backup it will enjoy try to reference corrupted chunk and ...
    Posted to Backup and Recovery (Forum) by Wwong on June 13, 2018

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