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ARCserve Backup to disk Solution

Is it possible to configure ARCserve to backup to disk?


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Re: ARCserve Backup to disk Solution

Yes it is possible. You had to create the new media pool and added that in to particular new or current device group. and schedule your backup on that media of that device group . Cheers Parveen

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