Updating backup exec remote agent
The Backup Exec Remote Media Agent for Linux Servers provides storage flexibility for Linux servers running in a Backup Exec environment.
IT administrators can directly attach tape and disk storage devices to a remote Linux server, allowing backup data to be protected directly to those Linux-attached storage devices.
The technique used in the license verification process varies depending on the version of Backup Exec you are running.
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Whether you need to protect critical Microsoft applications or non-Microsoft operating systems, Backup Exec has an expansive portfolio of high-powered agents and options to scale and grow your nonprofit's or charity's Backup Exec environment.
Please note: For data deduplication, the Deduplication Option must be licensed separately.
The upgrade process also retains most of the previous version's settings, with the exception of custom filters and custom descriptions of managed media servers and remote agents.
Support for these features was discontinued in Backup Exec 2012. First, you need to determine the licensing requirements.
This capability integrates with VSS to protect open files in multiple volumes and ensures files on local or remote servers are protected while in use.
The agent expands network-wide data protection and optimizes data transfers for 32-bit and 64-bit remote Windows servers running Microsoft applications (Exchange, SQL, Active Directory, Share Point).