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Data Protector 6.11 GUI for WIndows

Hello,

I had Data Protector 5 and always used the Data Protector Manager (GUI) to manage all my backup needs from a Windows machine, where do I find the newest Manager for Windows 2003?

We have a 6.11 Cell Manager but I cant find the manager for 6.11 altho the 5.5 one seems to be working fine until now.
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Re: Data Protector 6.11 GUI for WIndows

Hello,

check the installation medium. From that you will be able to install the GUI.

Regards,
Patrick
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Patrick
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I installed the Cell Manager on HP-UX, cant find any exe file for Windows in there...
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Windows setup are no part of any unix installation media you must download the Installation media for windows, run setup and select "User interface", this will install the GUI

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Shoghi

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I have downloaded the Windows DVD as well B6960MAE Product name HP Data Protector Starter Pack DVD E-Media
Version: 6.11
Software specification: Software, HP DP 6.11 for Windows_Netware_Media Operations ( B6960-15007-01.zip )

I cannot find the user interface in there, pelase help or provide a download link, im lost
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Re: Data Protector 6.11 GUI for WIndows

The user interface is not a separate component, you must start the setup and choose client installation, there you can select the user interface option.

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Shoghi.
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