Backup Exec does not
support backing up double-byte character sets for NetWare servers
that have a double-byte code page loaded.
If you want the backup
set to use hardware encryption, in the backup job properties select
Network and Security and set the encryption type to hardware. Then
select or create a new encryption key.
Software encryption is not supported with the
Backup Exec Remote Agent for NetWare.
The Remote Agent does not
support software encrypted backups.
Full, differential, and
incremental jobs that specify using the modified time reverts to
using the archive bit for NetWare servers that are included in the
To back up a NetWare server
On the navigation bar,
click the arrow next to Backup.
Click New Backup Job.
Double-click the NetWare
computer icon for the NetWare server you want to back up.
When logging on to the
NetWare server, you may need to provide a fully distinguished and
typeless name, such as .admin.novell.
A fully distinguished, or
complete, name consists of different object types, such as common
name (CN), Organizational Unit (OU) objects, and Organization (O)
objects. When the abbreviations for these objects are not included
as part of the object's complete name, the naming is referred to as
a typeless name. For more information about complete, partial,
typeful, or typeless names, refer to your Novell NetWare
Check the check box
preceding the volume icon to select the directories that you want
to back up, or double-click the volume to select directories.
NetWare File System and
NetWare Directory Services (Novell Directory) are listed
separately. Each directory that you want to back up must be
If you want to change the
backup default, on the Properties pane, under Settings, click
If you want to use
hardware encryption, do the following steps in order:
On the Properties pane, under Settings, click
Network and Security.
Select Hardware as the Encryption type.
Select or create an encryption key.
Select or clear the
Back up compressed files in
decompressed form option. If you select this option,
Backup Exec decompresses, or expands, compressed files as they are
backed up. If you select this option, the server may run out of
memory or disk space. Also, the backup job takes longer due to the
extra time that is involved in file decompression.