Complete the following procedure to change the options for all Rapid Recovery Cores connected to the LMU.
|Default mount point repository||Use the Browse button or enter a path to the location you want to use for mounting recovery points.|
|Use my Windows user account credentials||Select this option to always use your Windows credentials by default when logging in to a Core.|
|Use specific credentials||Select this option to use the following credentials for each connected Core:|
|Core connection timeout (sec)||Enter the amount of time the LMU should continue trying to connect to a Core before the connection times out (in minutes : seconds : milliseconds).|
|Language||Select the language in which you want the LMU to appear. You can choose from the following options:|
To edit the settings you established when you added a Core to the LMU, complete the following procedure.
|Host name||The name of the Core from which you want to mount recovery points.|
|Port||The port number used to communicate with the Core.
The default port number is 8006.
|Use my Windows user credentials||Select this option if the credentials you use to access the Core are the same as your Windows credentials.|
|Use specific credentials||Select this option if the credentials you use to access the Core are different from your Windows credentials.|
|User name||The user name used to access the Core machine.|
|Password||The password used to access the Core machine.|
If you lose the connection to an Rapid Recovery Core machine, you can refresh the connection with the following step.
The LMU attempts to reestablish a connection to the Core.
The LMU refreshes the connection.
Complete the following procedure to remove a Core from the LMU.