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Enterprise Data Services Community Blog
Enterprise Data Services Community Blog is the perfect place to share short, timely insights including product tips, news and other information relevant to the community.

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End Marker Unreadable Workaround

I'm not sure if anyone has made this observation before, but I didn't see it in the forums, so I"m just going to post it in case it's useful to anyone. This is a way to remove an end marker unreadable...

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NetBackup Java GUI - Install Clients (with ssh)

After we upgraded our RHEL 4 Master Server to VxNBU 7.01, my collegues asked how to push the client installation from the Java GUI (jnbSA), since it didn't work due to the fact that the command is iss...

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Strange OWA timeouts?

By default the OWA extensions timeout a request to restore an item after 30 seconds. This was previously not configurable. In some environments this has posed a problem in the past, where some interna...

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DCOMOverrideRPCHTTP

One of the things that people mention about the EV client is that when RPC/HTTP is in use, even in a corporate office environment, the EV client drops-back to "lite" client functionality. So it means ...

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Mbx Archiving State / Mbx Exchange State

Often the question of what is the different states of MbxArchivingState and MbxExchangeState in the ExchangeMailboxEntry table. The Archiving State translates as follows: 0 = Not Enabled 1 = Enabled 2...

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BE System Recovery 2010: No migration from Manager!?

So, like you perhaps already know, the new version of Backup Exec System Recovery got released; Backup Exec System Recovery 2010. Some things changed, that are really important. For example the Manage...

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Who is the owner of this shortcut?

Occassionally my users end up with someone else's shortcut in thier mailbox. They get there any number of ways: sent as attachements, cross mailbox copying, copying in and out of shared public folders...

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