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Backup Exec 2010 R3 Catalogs file

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I have some issue with the catalog file in backup exec 2010 R3 i have i master server and 2 secondary server(mail exchange server) i see that all the catalogs file write in master server . so can i make some change inside the backup exec 2010 put the catalogs file locally in side the secondary server?????

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Hi,   Yes you can. You

Hi,

 

Yes you can. You were'nt answered correctly on how to do this, so you'd follow the process below:

1. Open up BEutility.exe --> All Media Servers --> right-click your server name...

2. Choose the option to" Move Device and Media Data to Managed Media Server

This sets that information locally. However, you can also look at removing the MMS from the CASO, and re-adding it with the option to replicate the device/catalog information between the MMS and CASO.

The first option means the CASO simply reports on the MMS...it cannot designate jobs to it. The second option is more from a DR-type perspective.

The 2 TNs below will also help you understand CASO better:

http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH43297

http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH60559

Thanks!

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 i have i master server and 2

 i have i master server and 2 secondary server(mail exchange server)

If you have a CASO - MMS setup then you can distribute the catalaogs on the MMS servers.

But if you have a standalone media server then the catalogs will be centrally stored on the media 

server itself.

 

 

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Hi,   Yes you can. You

Hi,

 

Yes you can. You were'nt answered correctly on how to do this, so you'd follow the process below:

1. Open up BEutility.exe --> All Media Servers --> right-click your server name...

2. Choose the option to" Move Device and Media Data to Managed Media Server

This sets that information locally. However, you can also look at removing the MMS from the CASO, and re-adding it with the option to replicate the device/catalog information between the MMS and CASO.

The first option means the CASO simply reports on the MMS...it cannot designate jobs to it. The second option is more from a DR-type perspective.

The 2 TNs below will also help you understand CASO better:

http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH43297

http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH60559

Thanks!

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