How Veritas System Recovery 16 Management Solution works

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In Veritas System Recovery 16 Management Solution, backup policies are submitted through Symantec Management Console and stored in the database. Client computers pull the backup policies down from Notification Server and process them. Administrators run Symantec Management Console from Notification Server, or from a remote system. After policies are created, the Veritas System Recovery 16 Management Solution components on the server process them. All interaction to the Veritas System Recovery 16 Management Solution system, such as submitting policies and viewing results can be done through the console.

Through the console, you can create a one-time backup task, or use the schedule policy to create recurring daily backups. You can also delete recovery points, or even recover a computer.

Through Symantec Management Console functions, client computers are grouped together into resource targets to simplify the backup process. On the portal page of the solution, you can track and troubleshoot all of the computers whose backups you manage. You can view the backup status and statistics by computer filters such as backup failures, and deleted recovery point task status.

After a backup policy has been processed, the results are stored in the database.

See What you can do with Veritas System Recovery 16 Management Solution.

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