Re: Windows 2003 Encryption
My client TSM Version is 5.3.4 which says it supports AES128 Bit
Encryption, am I wrong?
Also, here is a snippet of the "show options" command.
Thanks for you input.
Richard Sims wrote:
I don't believe that you have been as successful as you think you
The ENCRYPTIONType option was introduced in TSM 5.3. You must be
getting 56-bit DES encryption, then. I'm surprised that the client
doesn't barf at the option it should not be able to recognize.
(Always do 'dsmc show options' when changing options at your level.
(Do 'dsmc query options' as of TSM 5.2.))
Be sure to refer to the manual which pertains to your software level,
not a later manual. When without a manual, do 'dsmc help' to get the
details which that level of the client will support.
On Oct 5, 2006, at 4:33 PM, Roger Silva wrote:
My client is running Windows 2003 client OS Version 5.02 and our TSM
server is 22.214.171.124
We are trying to use the TSM Encryption Options but we are running
We have the Encryption lines in the dsm.opt file:
Include.Encryption "D:\1TSMTEST\test spreadsheet.xls\...\*"
But when the client invokes a backup, it does not ask for the
password the first time.
Is this version of windows with the version of the TSM server we are
running not supported or is there some other fix needed in the
P.S. I have been successful with this exercise using Windows XP
OS version 5.01 and TSM Version 126.96.36.199