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Snap Server, backup using Bakbone Netvault

Snap Server, backup using Bakbone Netvault

Dear all,

I hope this is the right forum for this question.

We currently have a Snap Server 12000 and we are purchasing a new tape drive that contains fully licensed BakBone NetVault WorkGroup Edition.

My question is will this backup software be compatible with my version of Snap Server/and if it is, what will I need to do to get the client installed on it?

Information seems to be very sparse out there.

I have the following info regarding our snap box:

Model  Software  Hardware  Server #  BIOS  
12000 series  3.4.803 (UK)  4.0.0  601651  3.2.667  

Framework  VM  
1.2  14.3  

From that I would guess that we are running OS version 3.4.803 (though not totally sure).

I hope somebody can help.

Thanks in advance,


RE: Snap Server, backup using Bakbone Netvault

Hi londonjack.  For anyone interested, the answer is here: thread881-1105505

but the quick answer is not using the netvault client.

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