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NetVault Bare Metal Recovery 11.4 - User Guide for NetVault Backup Server

Using a Windows Server 2012-based virtual machine

If your VMware virtual machine (VM) is based on Windows Server 2012 or 2012 R2, update the VMware configuration file to use the E1000 adapter.

Booting into NetVault Bare Metal Recovery for NetVault Backup Server

Before you perform an offline backup of the NetVault Backup Server, create a NetVault Bare Metal Recovery for NetVault Backup Server CD and boot from it.

1
Burn the “.iso” file for the NetVault Bare Metal Recovery for NetVault Backup Server onto a blank CD.
2
Use the CD created in Step 1 to boot the server; if connected through a USB port, the port must use the 3.0 protocol or earlier.
a
Double-click the NetCFG icon on the desktop.
b
When the Network Connections dialog box is displayed, select the connection that you want to change, and click Edit.
c
Click the IPv4 Settings tab, select Manual from the Method list, click Add, and enter the IP, netmask, and gateway addresses in the applicable fields. Leave the DNS servers field blank.
d
Click the IPv6 Settings tab, select Manual from the Method list, click Add, and enter the IP, prefix, and gateway addresses in the applicable fields. Leave the DNS servers field blank.
e
When you are finished, click Save to return to the Network Connections dialog box, and then click Close.
a
In the NetVault Bare Metal Recovery Daemon process terminal (command prompt), press <Ctrl+C> to stop the process.
b
To open a new NetVault Bare Metal Recovery Daemon process terminal, double-click the Terminal icon on the desktop.
NOTE: You can enter the -o mpath and -p port_number options together.

The NetVault Bare Metal Recovery for NetVault Backup Server desktop includes the following icons. You can click these icons at any time to access various components.

Table 1. Icons

NetVault Backup: This icon starts the NetVault Backup WebUI.

drdaemon: This icon starts the drdaemon interface.

The next step is to detect and add the locally-attached tape library or standalone tape device through NetVault Backup. The following topics describe adding a library manually or using a VTL. For a detailed description, see the Quest NetVault Backup Administrator’s Guide.

Adding a locally-attached library

1
In the Navigation pane of the NetVault Backup WebUI, click Manage Devices, and then click Add Device.
2
Select the Tape library/media changer option, and click Next.
3
In the NetVault Backup Clients list, select the client that is physically connected to the target device.
5
In the Choose library table, select the device that you want to add, and click Next.

Adding a VTL created on an NFS

2
Open the diskdevices.cfg file, and locate the [libraries] stanza.
3
After the [libraries] stanza, enter the following line:
4
Locate the [drives] stanza, and insert the following line:
7
In the Navigation pane of the NetVault Backup WebUI, click Manage Devices, and then click Add Device.
8
Select the Virtual tape library/media changer and Re-add previously generated virtual device options, and click Next.
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