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    Default Proxy Value? Opt file for exchnage command line?

    Hello,

    I have installed TDP for Exchange in the folder C:\Program Files\Tivoli\TSM\TDPExchange.
    I have a dsm.opt in this folder...
    NODename SOPEXMB5_EXCH
    PASSWORDAccess generate
    TCPServeraddress xxxx.domain
    TCPPort 1500
    HTTPport 1582

    I have also an exchange.opt file under C:\Program Files\Tivoli\TSM\baclient
    NODename SOPEXMB5
    PASSWORDAccess generate
    TCPServeraddress xxxx.domain
    TCPPort 1500

    1. are the node names correct? I have one with SOPEXMB5_EXCH and one with SOPEXMB5 ?
    2. when running
    %sql_dir%\tdpexcc backup * diff /tsmoptfile=%exch_dir%\exchange.opt /logfile=%sql_dir%\excsch.log /excludedagpassive >> %sql_dir%\excdiff.log
    which opt file should I use? dms.opt from TDPExchange folder or exchange.opt from the baclient folder?

    I tried both already and I am getting two kind of error:
    3. using dsm.opt from TDPExchange:
    05/22/2013 08:04:47 ANS1512E Scheduled event 'EXCHANGE-FULL-DAILY-7PM' failed. Return code = 255.
    4. using exchange.opt from baclient:
    ANS1532E (RC5722) Proxy Rejected: Proxy authority has not been granted to this node.

    so depending on the value used in 1 or 2 I will have to understand the error 3 or 4?

    Any clue on this?
    Thanks,
    Dom


    Thanks,
    Dom

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    You only have 1 dsm.opt in your tdpexchange directory, so use the first one. The other looks like for your filesystem node backups.
    Do you have a tdpexc.cfg file in your tdpexchage directory ? you need that too
    Then start tdp exchange GUI and see if it connects to exchange, expand out your storage group/mailsotre and manually back it up.
    If it works then move on to the scheduling.
    Check you dsierror.log, dsmsched.log and tdpexc.log for errors.

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