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Page: Accessing Disk Safes
You can work with CDP3:Disk Safes using the "Disk Safes" window. Follow the instructions below to access Disk Safes via CDP Interface. Click on "Disk Safes" in the Main Menu to open the "Disk Safes" window. Standard Edition ...
Other labels: standard_edition, advanced_edition, access
Page: Attaching Disk Safes
All data necessary for a restore is kept in Disk Safes CDP3:Disk Safes. On a physical level, a Disk Safe is a folder containing files/folders. You can change a Disk Safe's path by manually copying its folder to the other location ...
Other labels: standard_edition, advanced_edition, add
Page: Closing Disk Safes
Closing a Disk Safe CDP3:Disk Safes will prevent any tasks associated with it from running. You will not be able to browse the Recovery Points contained within the Disk Safe. You can close only opened (enabled) Disk Safes. For the closed ...
Other labels: standard_edition, advanced_edition
Page: Copying and Moving Disk Safes
CDP you can: Move Disk Safe from one location to another on a CDP Server Copy Disk Safes from one CDP Server to another Copy Disk Safes across Windows / Linux platforms  Always close CDP3 ...
Other labels: standard_edition, advanced_edition
Page: Creating Disk Safes
Host must have a Disk Safe Disk Safes before any Replication can be run. Disk Safes should always be placed on reliable storage. For more Disk Safe best practices, see Disk Safe Best Practices. Follow ...
Other labels: standard_edition, advanced_edition, create
Page: Customizing the Disk Safes List
following actions are available to customize the view of the "Disk Safes" list CDP3:Accessing Disk Safes: Hide/Show column Manage the number of items per page Sort the items in the list Filter the list \\ You can use these functions to search ...
Other labels: standard_edition, advanced_edition, customize
Page: Deleting Disk Safes
Deleting a Disk Safe CDP3:Disk Safes will remove all Recovery Points and stored data for all Devices associated with the Disk Safe. Deleting is available only for closed Closing Disk Safes (disabled) Disk Safes. 1. Click on "Disk ...
Other labels: standard_edition, advanced_edition, delete
Page: Detaching Disk Safes
Detaching a Disk Safe CDP3:Disk Safes will delete the Disk Safe configuration from this CDP Server. All configured tasks and historical task information will be lost, but the Disk Safe and all backed up data will remain on the disk. In other words ...
Other labels: standard_edition, advanced_edition, remove
Page: Disk Safe Best Practices
all new CDP Disk Safe is built with industrial grade protection from crashes and power loss. The CDP Disk Safe is highly reliable and robust. It has automatic mechanisms that protect Terabytes of archived data from crashes and power failures ...
Other labels: standard_edition, advanced_edition
Page: Editing Disk Safes
Follow the instructions below to change CDP3:Disk Safes in CDP. 1. Click on "Disk Safes" in the Main Menu to access the "Disk Safes" page. Standard Edition Enterprise Edition Advanced Edition !menust.png! !menuent.png! !menuadv1.png! 2. In the "Disk Safes ...
Other labels: standard_edition, advanced_edition, edit