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NetVault Backup Plug-in for SharePoint 12.1 - User Guide

Introducing NetVault Backup Plug-in for SharePoint Deploying, installing, and removing the plug-in Configuring the plug-in Backing up data Restoring data
Understanding the SharePoint restore process Restoring backups in SharePoint Restoring a single Full Backup,a Full + Differential sequence, or an Individual Site Collection Backup Using other restore procedures
Common tasks Restoring to the same server or farm Restoring to an alternate server or farm
Extra items to protect using NetVault Backup and the Plug-in for FileSystem Troubleshooting

Removing the plug-in

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On the Manage Clients page, select the applicable client, and click Manage.
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In the Installed Software table on the View Client page, select Plug‑in for SharePoint, and click the Remove Plugin button ().
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In the Confirm dialog box, click Remove.

Configuring the plug-in

Configuring default settings

The plug-in lets you set default options for backup and restore jobs. You can override these options on a per-job basis.

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In the Navigation Pane, click Create Backup Job, and click Create New next to the Selections list.
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Click Plug‑in for SharePoint, and select Configure from the context menu.
Windows Administrator User Name: For a Single Server deployment, enter a user name in the .\username format, where the user name is a member of the Administrators group on the local computer.
For a Small or Scaled-Out Farm, enter a domain user name in the DOMAIN\username format. Verify that the account has met the prerequisites outlined previously in Small Farm deployment prerequisites and Scaled-Out Farm deployment prerequisites.
Password: Enter the password associated with the user specified in the preceding field. For security reasons, this field is displayed blank by default.
PowerShell Filename (Enter Full Path and Executable File Name): The plug-in automatically completes this field with the default location of the PowerShell executable file, C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\PowerShell.exe. If you are using a different location, update the field with the new location.
SharePoint PowerShell Snapin: The plug-in automatically completes this field with the default name of the Windows PowerShell snap-in for SharePoint, Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell. If you are using a different name, update the field with the new name.
STSADM Filename (Enter Full Path and Executable File Name): Enter the full path and executable filename that points to the STSADM command line tool, for example, C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\<version>\BIN\stsadm.exe. Replace <version> with 14 for SharePoint 2010, 15 for SharePoint 2013, or 16 for SharePoint 2016. By default, the plug-in enters the path to the directory where the web extensions are installed.
Use STSADM Tool For All Restores: By default, the plug-in performs restores using SharePoint PowerShell Cmdlets. If you want the plug-in to use the STSADM utility instead, select this option.
Directory for Temporary Files: Specify the directory where temporary SharePoint backup packages should be stored.
For Small and Scaled-Out Farms, use UNC share paths, such as \\machine_name\SPbackup, so that the SQL Server Database and search components are written to the same location. This directory must exist and all the servers in the SharePoint Farm must be able to access it. For more information, see Deploying the plug-in.
Delete Backups from Temporary Directory Older than (days - 0=never): Use this option to specify how long a successful Full Backup for a SharePoint Farm is retained in the Temporary Directory after the backup is completed. The default setting is 30. To disable deletion and retain all backups stored in the Temporary Directory, enter 0.
Incomplete Backup of ALL Items Selected: The plug-in can do one of the following when this error condition occurs:
Complete with Warnings — Saveset Retained: The job returns a status of “Backup Completed with warnings” and a backup saveset is created that includes the items that were successfully backed up.
Complete without Warnings — Saveset Retained: The job completes and returns a status of “Backup Completed.” The errors are logged in the NetVault Backup binary logs and ignored on the Job Status page. A backup saveset is created that includes the items that were backed up.
Fail — Saveset Retained: The job returns a status of “Backup Failed.” However, a backup saveset is generated that includes the items that were successfully backed up.
Fail — No Saveset Retained: The job returns a status of “Backup Failed” and no saveset of backed-up objects is kept. That is, even if some of the objects were successfully backed up, the saveset is discarded.
If either of the following occurs, the plug-in overrides the Incomplete Backup of ALL Items Selected setting and responds as indicated:
With the account properly configured, you can click the SharePoint APM node to display the available Farms.

Backing up data

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