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vmPRO 3.3 Released!

Started May 20, 2015 0 Replies

Announcing vmPRO 3.3 Virtualization Data Protection SoftwareQuantum is pleased to announce the immediate availability of vmPRO 3.3 Virtualization Data Protection Software for VMware systems.Standard…Continue

vmPRO 3.1.2 Released

Started Nov 12, 2013 0 Replies

vmPRO 3.1.2 is now available!Bug fixes and minor feature enhancements are included in this release as well as preliminary support for VMware ESX version 5.5. Note : the HotAdd feature for backups…Continue

Tags: vmware, 5.5, esx, 3.1.2, vmpro

Using DXi V1000 Licensing When Not Connected To The Internet

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark Thacker Jan 14, 2014. 3 Replies

(Note that these instructions have been updated as of April 2014)Some customers may wish to use their DXi V1000 Standard Edition behind a corporate firewall that does not allow the product to reach…Continue

Tags: 2.2.1, dark, site, upgrade, licenses

Reminder : Upgrade your DXi V1000 Before April 30, 2012

Started Apr 11, 2013 0 Replies

This is a follow‐up notification to remind you that your DXi V1000 Software must be upgraded to version 2.2 before April 30, 2013. If you have already upgraded your software please disregard this…Continue

Tags: upgrade, 2.2.1, licenses, install, V1000


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At 8:13pm on October 17, 2012, John Weeks said…

We have seven small ESXi boxes Dell T710 and Optiplex desktops that we use to host a couple small websites and several development servers for Remote Sensing, Climate, and Natural Resources endeavors at Utah State University.  

Sun Microsystems provided us with a low cost EMC Networker license which is  operational but no longer under support and we need a strategy to backup our VMware environment.

I've set up the basic configuration and I'm trying to understand the backup configuration.

The export utility is pretty cool but it is not intuitive that exporting the client also enables it under the backups.  

On the initial demo configuration it was also not clear that I didn't have to login to the Quantum site to download the license.   It would have been a little simpler if there was a "Start Trial" or "Enter License Code Manually" button.

Two features that I would like and may be offered:

1) Backup specific VMDKs on a client, especially for some of the servers with large VMDKs

2) Specify how many backups will run in parallel.

I'm obviously just getting started but it has been a good experience so far.

I like the pay per TB pricing model since everyone else is using pay per processor.


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