2 Open a command prompt by clicking Start > Programs Accessories > Command Prompt.
3 In the Command Prompt window, change to the bin directory in the NetVault SmartDisk directory:
During the installation of the NetVault SmartDisk software, you specified a directory for the Staging Path and the Store Path. Currently, the following NetVault SmartDisk components are installed in each of the directories that you specified:
The preceding list identifies the default structure. If your NetVault SmartDisk Storage Pool Strategy requires a different structure, update it before you add NetVault SmartDisk as a device to your backup product. Examples of other structures that you might use include a third-party deduplication appliance, filer, or other NAS that is mapped or accessible through UNC. You might also want to implement an optimal performance strategy for your NetVault SmartDisk Storage Pools, which might require a different structure.
Each NetVault SmartDisk installation of the software binaries creates a unique identity that is referenced in the NetVault SmartDisk Content Index and your backup product. The NetVault SmartDisk unique identity is required in cases where the NetVault SmartDisk software binaries are reinstalled while retaining the data stored in the NetVault SmartDisk Storage Pools. For more information, see .
To ensure that you can reinstall the NetVault SmartDisk software binaries while retaining the data stored in the NetVault SmartDisk Storage Pools, protect the NetVault SmartDisk unique identity by backing up the following configuration file: