SV: Will TSM ever support BMR for windows systems?
Don't forget that you also need to have a unique FLOPPY involved for each
server. How many wants to manage x hundreds of floppies?
Mark, how can you make dissimilar hardware with your PE CD?
When you restore the full OS image/backup to your new hardware. How do you
change the registry and adding the new drivers? Are you boot up the Windows CD
again and then let it repair your server?
Do you know how much changes it does with your Windows Server? Have you let
Security division look at your machine after that?
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Ämne: Re: Will TSM ever support BMR for windows systems?
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>I think you should go back and figure out WHY you are having trouble
>with ASR "taking forever".
>It does exactly what you ask - lets you boot from a CD, and restore
Keep in mind also that ASR requires a DHCP server be available on the
segment you're working on. Most server room admins are allergic to DHCP
servers in their server environment (for security reasons).
No DHCP? No ASR. (Why? Ask Microsoft.)
Mark Stapleton (mark.s AT evolvingsol DOT com)
Senior TSM consultant