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Granular Recovery Extension Error

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Hey guys,

 

I have a restore to do and I was attempting to use the VMware GRE. I went to my vm and found the version I wanted to restore and submitted it for restore. When I went into the HP Data Protector (Admin) section to approve and start the restore I recieved this message. I have created a ticket with HP but I was looking for a little bit more immediate assistance. Has anyone seen this error before?

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Disregard. Issue is resolved. I needed a high capacity drive attached so I carved off some space from our SAN last week. I added a 2 TB LUN to assist with a restore. I added the LUN as a drive to the Windows Server and then created a staging area for Data Protector restores on the drive. I restored the information then removed the drive and LUN. I however, neglected to remove the temporary staging space from the Data Protector (Admin) settings in vCenter which is why the message was appearing. Once I went into settings and removed the no longer existing drive, the restore ability was enabled again. Sorry for the bother. 

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Disregard. Issue is resolved. I needed a high capacity drive attached so I carved off some space from our SAN last week. I added a 2 TB LUN to assist with a restore. I added the LUN as a drive to the Windows Server and then created a staging area for Data Protector restores on the drive. I restored the information then removed the drive and LUN. I however, neglected to remove the temporary staging space from the Data Protector (Admin) settings in vCenter which is why the message was appearing. Once I went into settings and removed the no longer existing drive, the restore ability was enabled again. Sorry for the bother. 

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