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Disabling filename truncation in Arcserve6.6?

Disabling filename truncation in Arcserve6.6?

Disabling filename truncation in Arcserve6.6?

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Disabling truncation in Arcserve 6.6 for Netware. Is it possible?, or can it only backup files by shortening the filenames to 8 characters?

RE: Disabling filename truncation in Arcserve6.6?

netware 4.x - make sure long.nam is loaded and type
set name space long to vol sys
make sure tsa410.nlm, tsands.nlm and smdr.nlm are loaded and then make sure that your arcserve and the manager are on service pack 4.

Thats all folks

RE: Disabling filename truncation in Arcserve6.6?

I have the same senario with Netware 5.0.
I have: Arcserve 6.6 for Netware
           long.nam and Mac.nam loaded.
           tsa500.nlm, tsands.nlm and smdr.nlm are loaded
           My arcserve and the manager are on service pack 4.

All filenames are trunkated to 8.3 during backup.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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