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NetVault Backup web application supports multiple-column sorting for the tables. However, the first sorted column takes the highest precedence over the sorting of other columns. For example, if the table is sorted by the ‘Start Time’ as the primary sort, selecting sort options on the ‘ID/ Instance/ Phase’ column does not affect the list order.
To sort by a column, click the column header; to change the sort direction, click the column header again. Repeat this step for other columns by which you want to sort the table.
The arrowhead next to the column name indicates the sorting order (up for ascending order and down for descending order). A blue arrowhead is used to indicate the sort order for the primary column.
To remove a sort, click the column header for the corresponding column until the arrowhead is no longer displayed.
To choose the following actions in a column, click the column menu:
The following table provides a brief description of the icons at the lower- right corner of the table.
Move the pointer over this icon to view the page size setting and column sorting order applied in the table.
To export the table data to a CSV format file, click this icon.
Click this icon for Table Settings:
The NetVault Backup Clients are machines that you want to protect using the NetVault Backup solution.
These machines require at least the client version of NetVault Backup and TCP/IP connectivity to the server. You can attach physical and virtual storage devices locally to a client after installing the NetVault Backup SmartClient license on it.
To use a client in a backup or restore operation, you must first add the client to the NetVault Backup Server. A single server and its associated clients form a NetVault Backup Domain. A NetVault Backup Server acts as a client to itself, and you can also add it as a client to other NetVault Backup Servers.