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Subscribe to NBU notifications

In case you are not aware - you can subscribe to NBU notifications over here: https://sort.veritas.com/spec_doc Hopefully NBU 9 will be added to the list soon.

Marianne by Moderator
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Resolved! Subscription for Veritas NetBackup Security Vulnerabilities

Hello  All,I have found this link https://www.veritas.com/content/support/en_US/security however is there another way to be notified of Veritas Netbackup critical/high security vulnerabilities along with patch and version releases?  Thank you in adva...

new2nbu by Level 4
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audit issues

need to audit Veritas Natbackup please what should i look out for as the possible audit/security issues i should watch out for. I need ideas. thanks

FORUM counts are JACKED!

If you vote for someone's post, it zero's out the count - and this goes for IDEAS as well. WEB HOST - FIX THIS PLEASE! Add a tag for FORUM ISSUES while you are at it...

Port lockdown on Solaris 5.10 servers running Netbackup 6.5

We need to lock down all unnecessary ports on a Solaris 5.10 server running Netbackup 6.5.  I need to know if anyone can tell me which ports I need to keep open for Netbackup 6.5 on the backup server itself and also the clients that Netbackup backs u...

chris48 by Level 4
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Resolved! Net backup 6.5.5 compatible with IBM ULT3580 TD4

Hi , I am having Windows 2003 standard with SP2 server .on this server Veritas NEtbackup 6.5.5 Ver is running .... Ealier on this IBM LTO -2 drive is connected . Now we had procure IBM ULT3580 TD4 -SAS ,Is this device is compatible with Veritas......

Question about Symantec Security Advisory SYM09-002

  IMy question is, does this vulnerability apply only to the server and not the client system?  I don't see anywhere saying it applies to the client (In our case a windows 2008 server). But our netbackup admins (Unix) state it applies to the server ...

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