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In SPP, There are no concepts of management class, device class, domain policy etc

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Those concepts only exist in SP, not SPP. Am I correct?
I don't have to use them in SPP. Correct?

Thanks!
 

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I guess to be more specific those "terms" don't exist in SP+, but the concepts are there. Any backup product dictates a concept of who, what, where, and how long to create a backup "policy".
 

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booman55,

Can you please elaborate these concepts or temrs in SP+ similar to management class, device class, domain policy?

Thanks a lot!
 

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SP+ has SLA policies. An SLA policy will define where a backup is stored and how long it is retained. That's essentially what a SP policy does.
 

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