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RagnarL Regular Contributor.
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DP 7.0 Cell Mananger ( Windows Server 2008R2 ) restore problems

When I am trying to restore the Cell Manager Windows Server 2008R2 I run into problems.

Restoring a Windows workstation works fine now thanks to good support from Victor_F_DP.

I do not have any tape library in my test environment so I do backup to disk and try to restore the Cell manager.

The restore starts normally and goes into phase 2 where it stops saying No supported local devices were found.

Do I need to do backup to tape on the Cell Manager?

Is restore from disk backup not supported?

Best regards Ragnar L

 

 

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Re: DP 7.0 Cell Mananger ( Windows Server 2008R2 ) restore problems

Hello

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https://www.data-protector.org/wordpress/tag/eadr/

Best Regards

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RagnarL Regular Contributor.
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Re: DP 7.0 Cell Mananger ( Windows Server 2008R2 ) restore problems

Hi!

Unfortunately this did not solve my problems for my DP7.0 Cell Manager ( Windows server )

My question was:

Do I need to do backup to tape on the Cell Manager?

Is restore from disk backup not supported?

Finally I managed to try on another server that has tape library, but it does not work either.

The other server that has tape library was installed with the same operating system 2008R2 but had DP ver 8 and there I could restore the Cell Manager itself.

Best regards Ragnar

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