Veritas NetBackup™ Plug-in for VMware vSphere Client (HTML5) Guide
- Introduction and notes
- Installing the NetBackup plug-in for vSphere Client (HTML5)
- Configuration overview for the NetBackup Recovery and Instant Recovery Wizards
- Excluding virtual disks from the backup
- Monitoring backup status
- Restoring virtual machines
- NetBackup Recovery Wizard screens
- NetBackup Instant Recovery Wizard screens
- Appendix A. Instant recovery events and best practices
- Appendix B. Installing the vSphere Client (HTML5) plug-in from a NetBackup media server and plug-in package host
Permissions on the NetBackup plug-in authentication token file may need to be changed
To allow the NetBackup plug-in to restore VMs, the NetBackup administrator must generate an authentication token on the NetBackup master server. NetBackup creates the token in a compressed file; the file must be sent to the administrator of the vCenter server where the plug-in is installed.
When the virtualization administrator uses the compressed file to authorize the plug-in to restore VMs, the token file is opened and left uncompressed. In either of the following cases, the uncompressed file may not have the same permissions that it had when the NetBackup administrator created the token:
On the Linux vCenter Server Appliance, the umask is set to 0.
VMware vSphere on Windows is installed in a location other than C:\Program Files.
In either case, you may need to adjust the token file's permissions to conform to your NetBackup security settings.
The uncompressed token file is in the following location on the vCenter server:
On a Linux vCenter Server Appliance:
On a Windows vCenter server:
C:\ProgramData\VMware\vSphere Web Client\netbackup