Students also learn how to configure and work with various Backup Exec Agents, which protect applications like Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Share Point, and Microsoft SQL.
The course also covers the Virtual Environment Agents and the Deduplication Option.
Filed under: Symentec Related — Tags: 0x E000FED1, 1798 Hotfix 216746, backup exec 2012 notes, Exclude folders in BE with SDR, NDMP PORT, User-Defined Exclusion Resources, vss writer failed, VSS Writer timed out — Syed Jahanzaib / Pinochio~:) @ AM Recently we upgraded our SAP infrastructure with new IBM x Series server and also replace the old IBM tape library TS3200 with TS100.
In previous Windows 2003, we were using classic NTBACKUP solution to take backup on TAPE library system, but with the new windows 2008 R2 upgrade, we found that that the tape drive support have been removed from the new Server Backup tool.
Additionally, assessment items at the end of each lesson test your knowledge and comprehension of the information provided.
Being somewhat of a “newbie” to the SBS environment I thought it best to OVER research an Exchange 2010 SP1 to SP3 upgrade followed by Rollup 6 (KB2936871) that I was planning to perform.
Therefore we were looking for some reliable backup solution which can facilitate our tape library.
Finally after searching a lot, we selected SYMANTEC BACKUP EXEC 2012 (with SP4 and latest patches) as our backup solution.
Misc This course includes practical, hands-on lab exercises that enable you to test your new skills and begin to transfer them to your working environment.
Okay, so I tried: Use Mastergosp_configure 'Allow updates',1goreconfigure with overridegothese ran fine. Matthew Jack Corbett Applications Developer Don't let the good be the enemy of the best.
Then I tried: Delete sys.databases where database_ID = 16 or Delete sys.sysdatabases where DBID = 16Same error as always: cannot do ad hoc updates on system catalogs. I'd appreciate any assistance finding ways to get around all the limitations of Microsofts "Improvements."Sound a bit cynical? -- Paul Fleming At best you can say that one job may be more secure than another, but total job security is an illusion.
Situation: Using Sql Server 2005, Service pack 2 -I've been doing extensive testing getting ready to move merge replication from Sql 2000 to Sql 2005.
Since MANY things are different, and the "wonderful" Microsoft Update Advisor does very little except point out the obvious, much work is needed to comb through views, procedures, etc looking for these changes.