Performing a local authoritative disaster recovery

A local authoritative disaster recovery is when you are recovering a Backup Exec media server which is also a domain controller, with no assistance from other Backup Exec media servers. If you have more than one media server, it's easier to perform a remote disaster recovery using another media server.

Configuring notifications

Backup Exec keeps track of what's happened in the Job Log. Sometimes you don't want to log in to Backup Exec each time to see if a backup was succesful, or you may want a non-privileged user to know when to change tapes. That's where notifications come in.

Backup Exec and disk replication software

In some environments where disk replication is in use (such as with Veritas Replication Exec , Veritas Volume Replicator option for Storage Foundation , Microsoft DFS and so on), you need to take extra consideration to prevent excessive replication traffic.

Performing a local Disaster Recovery with 11d

A local disaster recovery is when you are recovering a Backup Exec media server, with no assistance from other Backup Exec media servers. If you have more than one media server, it's easier to perform a remote disaster recovery using another media server To perform a disaster recovery (restore from scratch) of a Windows XP, […]