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    Default From Server, how can I tell if a client turned "client side" encryption on

    I have a need to determine/confirm a client has turned on client side based encrytion. Is there a quick way FROM THE SERVER SIDE to see if client side encryption is turned on.

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    we can check it by seeing the value for format parameter in the deviceclass. if the vale for format is uncompressed , then check the details of the node "q node nodename f=d" in that see the value for the compression parameter . If the value is "yes" , then client side compression is enabled.

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    Oguri... Encryption, not compression.

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    anyone... anything?

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    Never tried.

    However, does actlog say anything when that client runs backup?

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    Not that I know of. Do you have access to the client. If so then look in the dsm.sys file if unix or linux all others I think in the dsm.opt file.

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