CIFS mounted file systems Devices such as robots and standalone tape drives

Cifs mounted file systems devices such as robots and

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CIFS-mounted file systems Devices such as robots and standalone tape drives must be installed according to the manufacturers’ instructions and recognized by the Windows software. Storage devices When you are prompted for server names, always enter the appropriate host names. Do not enter IP addresses. Server names Make sure to install NetBackup servers with a release level that is at least equal to the latest client version that you plan to use. Earlier versions of server software can encounter problems with later versions of client software. See “About compatibility between NetBackup versions” on page 14. Mixed versions 58 Installing server software on Windows systems Installation and upgrade requirements for Windows and Windows clusters
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Table 4-1 NetBackup installation and upgrade requirements for Windows and Windows clusters (continued) Details Requirement Check You can only install NetBackup on these computers with the silent installation method. See “Installing NetBackup servers silently on Windows systems” on page 78. Installations on Windows 2008/2008 R2 Server Core, 2012/2012 R2 Server Core/Windows 2016 Remove any other vendor’s backup software currently configured on your system. The backup software of another vendor can negatively affect how NetBackup installs and functions. Other backup software Beginning with NetBackup 8.0, the NetBackup master server includes a configured Tomcat web server to support critical backup operations. This web server operates under user account elements with limited privileges. These user account elements must be available on each master server (or each node of a clustered master server). More information is available: See “NetBackup master server web server user and group creation” on page 165. Note: Veritas recommends that you save the details of the user account that you use for the NetBackup Web Services. A master server recovery requires the same NetBackup Web Services user account and credentials that were used when the NetBackup catalog was backed up. Note: If the NetBackup PBX is running in secure mode, please add the web service user as authorized user in PBX. More information about determining PBX mode and how to correctly add users is available. Web Services (Conditional) For media servers and clients only: You must know the CA Certificate fingerprint of the master server at time of installation. More information is available about the details on the CA Certificate fingerprint and its role in generation of security certificates. CA Certificate fingerprint (Conditional) For media servers and clients only: In some cases, the installer requires an authorization token to successfully deploy security certificates. More information is available about the details on authorization tokens and their role in generation of security certificates.
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