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Arcserve 16.0 and HP Storeonce 4500

Arcserve 16.0 and HP Storeonce 4500

Arcserve 16.0 and HP Storeonce 4500


We are in the process of migrating of a old HP P2000 to a HP Storeonce 4500. We are using Veeam to back up our vm's and Arcserve to back up our remaining physicals. In Arcserve I am having a problem with it seeing the Arcserve share I created on the Storeonce. When I go to manage disk based devices, and try to add the data file location, it give me an error that it cannot create the folder. When I am trying to add the data file location, I am just browsing to a drive I mapped to the share. Not sure if this is the correct way or not. The end result I am looking for is to be able to point the physical server backups to this share I created on the Storeonce. Any help is appreciated.


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