DATAPROTECTOR CHANGE DOMAIN (818 Views)
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Jorge J Gonzalez Perez
Posts: 12
Registered: ‎01-04-2010
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DATAPROTECTOR CHANGE DOMAIN

Hello friends.

I have a big problem. I have no idea how to proceed to migrate the Dataprotector server to a new domaindomain.

I'm migrating the company from "xxx.net" to "yyy.com" with Microsoft ADMT, and I do not know how that can affect to DataProtector.

Could you tell me any procedure "?. You can tell me how it can affect that to my agents or backups made​​??.

Thanks.
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Eblyn Solis
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Registered: ‎10-19-2007
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Re: DATAPROTECTOR CHANGE DOMAIN

Hola Jorge,

You need to changed the cell manager name:
run this on cell manager:
omnidbutil -change_cell_name

Also you need to change the cell manager name in all clients:
Windows:
go to regedit
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Hewlett-Packard\OpenView\OmniBackII\Site\CellServer
edit the name or delete the name and do upgrade in any Cell manager GUI.

Unix,
Edit or rename the cell_server file (/etc/opt/omni/cell) , or delete and do upgrade from GUI

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En español:

con el comando arriba cambias el nombre del cell manager , tienes que poner todo el nuevo nombre completo y listo,
luego tienes que ir por cada cliente ya sea unix o windows y cambiar el nuevo nombre del cell manager es facil solo que tienes que ir uno a uno,


buena suerte.
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Jorge J Gonzalez Perez
Posts: 12
Registered: ‎01-04-2010
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Re: DATAPROTECTOR CHANGE DOMAIN

Very thanks for response, and sorry for the time in response. I would like to know, if the backups will be valids even if i had changed the domain.

Thank you.
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Jorge J Gonzalez Perez
Posts: 12
Registered: ‎01-04-2010
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Re: DATAPROTECTOR CHANGE DOMAIN

Hi, another question, its necesary reboot the client, or only reset the dataprotector service¿?..

In linux, only change etc/hosts??

Thank you
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