If you provide vFoglight information in the Core settings, the Core Console displays a vFoglight URL for each protected VM on its Summary page. Clicking this URL opens information about the VM in vFoglight.
Complete the following steps to integrate your vFoglight server with your Rapid Recovery Core server.
The vFoglight configuration settings are displayed.
|Use https||Enables or disables secure hypertext transfer protocol. Secure HTTPS is the default.|
|Host||Enter a host name or IP address for your vFoglight server. Consult your vFoglight server administrator for details.|
|Port||Specify the appropriate port. The default port is 32896. Consult your vFoglight server administrator for details.|
|Authentication token||Provide the proper authentication to let the Core communicate with your vFoglight server. Consult your vFoglight server administrator for details.|
This section describes the personal information that Rapid Recovery can collect, what that information is used for, and how you can control the privacy of that data.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is legislation crafted to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union (EU). It also addresses the export of personal data outside the EU, which makes it relevant to software manufacture in the US and other countries. It updates rules governing the handling of individuals' personal data. GDPR is being widely adopted throughout the software industry.
To comply with the GDPR, the collection of any personally identifiable information (PII) by Rapid Recovery has been carefully considered. Data collection has been streamlined, and the information collected and how it is used is clearly documented.
When installing the Rapid Recovery Core or running the Rapid Recovery Info Gathering Tool, you are provided a description of the information Rapid Recovery collects and our purposes for collecting the information.
Regardless of the privacy option you selected during installation, from the Core General setting Agree to use of personal data, you can change this setting. To switch between phone-home and non-phone-home modes in either direction, you must have access to the appropriate license.
For more information about the GDPR, see the EU General Data Protection Regulation website at https://eugdpr.org/the-regulation/.
For more information about managing your privacy, see the following topics in the Rapid Recovery User Guide:
As detailed in the Rapid Recovery Installation and Upgrade Guide topic "Understanding Rapid Recovery licenses," Rapid Recovery uses three types of software licenses: subscription, perpetual, and trial licenses.
There are two modes in which licenses can be used:
Subscription licenses can only be used in phone-home mode. Perpetual and trial licenses can be used in either phone-home or non-phone-home mode.
If you register a phone-home license, you give Rapid Recovery permission to collect the following PII:
This information is sent to Quest Software Inc. for the following purposes:
For more resources on this topic, see the following related links.