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  1. Nevermind...I found a much better solution...

    Nevermind...I found a much better solution through the backup/restore client GUI.

    Grant delete backup authority to the node.
    Enter the delete backup screen, searching the directory, filtering...
  2. As I said, the last modified date is the same, so...

    As I said, the last modified date is the same, so a point in time restoration sees the corrupted version of the file as the active one for that date.

    I'd want to restore the DB to current after...
  3. Ah..I bet I could take another approach with more...

    Ah..I bet I could take another approach with more success, then. Back up the current TSM database, then restore the DB to the 11/8 version, then perform the full directory restore of active files,...
  4. Restoration after cryptolocker infection

    TSM 6.3.1
    Cryptolocker behavior - encrypts file without changing modified date...for all intents, file is corrupted and inaccessable.

    TSM behavior - backs up encrypted file, marks it as active...
  5. How to - Resolve authentication for prompted (CAD) nodes after server name change

    I figured I'd post this, as we recently performed a manual migration to new hardware, along with an upgrade from 5.4.2 to 6.3.1. The old TSM Server instance name matched the DNS name of the physical...
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