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Why does Data Protector treat CONFIGURATION as a mount point?

Why does Data Protector treat CONFIGURATION as a mount point?

Sincerely,
Monica Haaksma
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Absent Member.. danielbraun Absent Member..
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Re: Why does Data Protector treat CONFIGURATION as a mount point?

Hi,
As it is a special way to backup the systemstate, which will be easier to backup and restore when handled as separate mount point.

Best regards
Daniel
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