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Rapid Recovery License Portal 6.1 - User Guide

Getting started with the Rapid Recovery License Portal Managing licenses in the Rapid Recovery License Portal
Downloading software from the License Portal Using the dashboard Performing global searches in the License Portal Configuring personal settings Configuring email notification settings Managing users Managing groups Managing licenses Managing registered agent machines Managing cores Working with License Portal reports

Working with core machines

In the Cores area of the License Portal, you can perform a variety of tasks, including blocking and deleting cores. When you block a core machine, you automatically block the agents that it is protecting, which prohibits the agents from taking snapshots and stops consumption of the license pool.

Table 13. Core Options


Blocks the Core. When you block a core, it blocks the agents that it is protecting, which prohibits the agents from taking snapshots. It also stops the consumption of the license pool.A blocked core is still billed for the current month. It is not billed for the next month. The License Status displays as “Blocked.”


Makes a blocked core visible again. When you unblock, you can select from the following options.

Unblock and Resume - Unblocks the Core and makes associated agents active again.
Unblock and Pause - Unblocks the Core, but the agents cannot take snapshots. You must navigate to the agents to resume protection.
Unblock and Downgrade - Unblocks the Core and downgrades the license to a a trial license so that it is not consuming your license pool.


Deletes the Core from the License Portal.


Detaches a license from the Core, for example, removes a current license for your appliance from being associated with a Core without deleting the license.

Viewing core settings

On the Licensing page, as an administrator, you can view certain core settings and associated limits that apply to the Cores in your groups. These settings include total repository size, snapshot interval, log truncation, virtual standby exports, and more. The settings that are displayed are determined by the type of and number of licenses you have purchased.

Table 14. Core Settings

Total repository size on the core

Repositories count

DVM repository on CIFS share or NAS

Minimum snapshot interval

Maximum snapshots per day

Rollup retention policy

Simultaneous rollups

Replication source cores (inbound)

Replication target cores (outbound)

Virtual standby exports

Encryption keys

Archive to cloud

Mountability check

Attachability check

Exchange log truncation

SQL log truncation

Working with License Portal reports

In the Rapid Recovery License Portal you can generate reports about License Portal activity for any group. You can export the reports to any of the following formats: XLS, XLSX, PDF, RTF, MHT, TXT, CSV, or Image. Refer to the following topics for more information about License Portal reports:

About the License Portal reports

The License Portal offers reports for the following categories.

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