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grant2
Level 2
7 years ago

Enterprise virtual client licensing

Dear Team

 

i am trying to install enterprise victual client and i have 2 licenses, one for 6 CPUs (3 Hyper-V hosts with 2 CPU sockets each) and one license for the drive of the tape library. 

I have configured backup server and media server on a seperate physical machine and when I tryng to configure a policy to take backup of the VMs i take the following error:

(2063) Server is not licensed for the Remote Client Option 

Do you know if specific setup is nedded for this version of netbackup (Enterprise Virtual Client)?

Thanks and Regards

George

4 Replies

  • Hello,

    it should work because Remote client feature is a part of EVC. Which version do you have? - you should have at least 8.0 NBU version for EVC license to be interpreted correctly.

    Regards

    Michal

    • grant2's avatar
      grant2
      Level 2

      Hi Marianne

       

      and thanks for your rely, backup sever and media server are located on the same physical machine. Both licenses are installed on this machine

      Geoge

      • Marianne's avatar
        Marianne
        Level 6

        Apologies, this is how I interpreted your opening post:

        I have configured
        (1) backup server and 
        (2) media server on a seperate physical machine 

        Best to log a call with Veritas Customer Care (customercare@veritas.com) about the licensing features of NEVC as this license should include all of the following:

        • 1x Enterprise Server WLS Tier 4 license
        • 1x Enterprise Client WLS Tier 4 license
        • 1x Data Protection Optimization Option (DPOO) license
        • 1x Application/DB Agent WLS Tier 4 license

        Enterprise Server is what enables 'remote client'.