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    Post TSM server and client is on different systems, devices are connected to client only.

    Hi all, new to TSM

    I am running my TSM server 6.3.2 on linux_x86 platform. Devices are connected to my TSM client which is on different system bt same platform. How can i configure my server-client so that server can send commands to backup client data on client connected backup devices. How the device configuration will be? thanks in advance..

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    Short answer - cannot be done
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    sry..4gt to mention that I m working in SAN environment...so to configure the storage agent on client system do i need to zone the backup devices with both client and server?

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    you must zone the SAN backup-devices (libraries, tape drives etc.) to both: server and storage agent
    Last edited by inestler; 12-07-2012 at 02:48 AM.

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