Open File Backups

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Backup and Recovery
IBM Tivoli
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
NAS
SAN
Storage management
Windows 2000 Server
Can anyone recommend an open file backup program (other than St. Bernard Open File Manager) that will work with IBM Tivoli Storage Manager? The environment is Windows 2000/2003 clusters using SAN, NAS, DAS with basic/dynamic disks and simple and spanned volumes. Any input will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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NovaBackup works pretty good for me.
It will backup to a remote location, most media, or local drive. It’s latest version also supports open file backup.

http://www.novastor.com/pcbackup/backup/n_backup.html

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  • Pkmccroskey
    The later versions of the Tivoli Backup/Archive Client has Open File Support built in. Just go up to the "Utilities" menu and choose "Setup Wizard", and you will be able to check a box for "Help me configure Open File Support". The "Online Information" that is installed with Tivoli on your client will be able to give you information on using it. Good luck!
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