Veritas NetBackup™ Self Service Configuration Guide

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Product(s): NetBackup (8.3.0.1, 8.3)
  1. Licensing
    1.  
      Applying the full License
  2. Configuring a Self Service solution
    1.  
      About configuring a Self Service solution
    2.  
      Self Service scheduled backup
    3.  
      Configuration checklist
  3. Configuring a NetBackup master server
    1.  
      About configuring the NetBackup master server
    2.  
      Enabling communication with a Windows NetBackup master server
    3.  
      Enabling communication with a UNIX NetBackup master server
    4.  
      Enabling communication with a NetBackup appliance
    5.  
      Enabling communication with a NetBackup master server using the REST API
    6.  
      Creating NetBackup Template Policies
  4. Configuring Self Service
    1.  
      About Self Service configuration
    2.  
      Configuring backup servers
    3.  
      Configuring protection
    4.  
      Configuring the Backup Now form
    5.  
      Configuring tenants
    6.  
      Access rights
    7.  
      Registering computers
    8. Configuring the home page
      1.  
        Home page integration settings
  5. Customizing Self Service
    1.  
      Language settings
    2.  
      Creating or customizing a request form
    3.  
      Themes
    4.  
      Notices
  6. User authentication methods
    1.  
      About user authentication methods
    2.  
      Forms based authentication
    3.  
      Windows Authentication
    4.  
      Active Directory Import
    5.  
      Configuring Self Service to use Federated Single Sign-On
  7. Troubleshooting
    1.  
      About troubleshooting
    2.  
      Where to find troubleshooting information
    3.  
      Impersonation of a tenant user
    4.  
      Issues with Remote PowerShell to Windows master servers
  8. Appendix A. NetBackup policy types
    1.  
      List of NetBackup policy types
  9. Appendix B. Dashboard traffic light status and usage
    1.  
      About dashboard traffic light status and usage
    2.  
      Assets with a protection type
    3.  
      Assets without a Protection Type
    4.  
      Usage and Charging
  10. Appendix C. Synchronizing data from NetBackup
    1.  
      About synchronizing data from NetBackup
  11. Appendix D. NetBackup Self Service data caching process
    1.  
      About NetBackup Self Service data caching process
    2.  
      NetBackup Data Synchronization
    3.  
      Backup Now
    4.  
      Protect
    5.  
      Unprotect
  12. Appendix E. Integration settings
    1.  
      About integration settings
    2.  
      NetBackup Adapter
    3.  
      NetBackup Adapter Usage
    4.  
      NetBackup Adapter Access Rights
    5.  
      Action Request Types
    6.  
      vCloud Director import
  13. Appendix F. REST API
    1.  
      About the REST API
  14. Appendix G. Glossary
    1.  
      Glossary

NetBackup Adapter Access Rights

Determines the actions that are available from the home page for any listed computer. The actions are system wide, for a specific tenant, or for an individual tenant user. The actions are:

  • Backup Now

  • Protect Machine

  • Restore File

  • Restore VM

  • Unprotect Machine

  • Register for File Restore

  • Restore SQL

  • Restore Oracle

  • Restore Cloud Asset

  • Agentless Restore File

  • Agentless Restore File to alternate VM

  • Expire Backups

  • Restore Disks

This section also allows control of the home page Usage graph and Usage list.

There should be only one of these sections.

Table: NetBackup Adapter Access Rights

Setting Name

Tenant Override

Details

Allow Backup Now

Yes

To override this value at the user level, select for user from the drop-down list. See the note that follows this table.

Allow Protect Machine

Yes

To override this value at the user level, select for user from the drop-down list. See the note that follows this table.

Allow Restore File

Yes

To override this value at the user level, select for user from the drop-down list. See the note that follows this table.

Allow Restore VM

Yes

To override this value at the user level, select for user from the drop-down list. See the note that follows this table.

Allow Unprotect Machine

Yes

To override this value at the user level, select for user from the drop-down list. See the note that follows this table.

Allow Usage Report

Yes

To override this value at the user level, select for user from the drop-down list. See the note that follows this table.

Allow Register for File Restore

Yes

To override this value at the user level, select for user from the drop-down list. See the note that follows this table.

Allow Restore SQL

Yes

To override this value at the user level, select for user from the drop-down list. See the note that follows this table.

Allow Restore Oracle

Yes

To override this value at the user level, select for user from the drop-down list. See the note that follows this table.

Allow Restore Cloud Asset

Yes

To override this value at the user level, select for user from the drop-down list. See the note that follows this table.

Allow Agentless Restore File

Yes

To override this value at the user level, select for user from the drop-down list. See the note that follows this table.

Allow Agentless Restore File to alternate VM

Yes

To override this value at the user level, select for user from the drop-down list. See the note that follows this table.

Allow Expire Backups

Yes

To override this value at the user level, select for user from the drop-down list. See the note that follows this table.

Allow Restore Disks

Yes

To override this value at the user level, select for user from the drop-down list. See the note that follows this table.

Note:

The recommendation is that you only set a system wide or tenant level flag. An override at tenant user level should only be considered if the system-wide setting is set to enabled.

More information about the configuration of tenants is available.

See Configuring tenants.