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comment Backing up and restoring remote servers
also, the retention is set for over a couple months, so if I have to go farther back then I have to catalog. Yes, we have users that won't realize something was deleted or knows it was, but doesn't ask until they realize, that they still need it. Frustrating.
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comment Backing up and restoring remote servers
@ joeqwerty, thanks, that sounds exactly what I am doing. I am trying to get away from that two part restore going a way's back. Some reason, some of mine are failing. I restore the folder, then I catalog it so it will show up on the restore list on the wizard, and it will error out and say it failed catalog and I don't see that date on the list of possible restores.
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We are pretty similar then. My library has two drawers, the first is filled up with tapes and is used for nightly incremental s. I can go back quite a few days with those. Then the second drawer is for weekly full's, server full's etc. It is my remote sites that are killing me.
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comment Updating certificate on apache for windows 2.0
So here is my latest. I created a pfx file which has the private key and everything. I have that on the server now. I believe I have to do something with that to export the private key and the .crt file, place in the directories and then modify the ssl.conf file??? Am I heading down the right direction?
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comment Updating certificate on apache for windows 2.0
I reviewed that file, funny thing is, only two lines seem to be edited or customized to us. Server name and one other line. I see the httpd-ssl.conf file as information pointing to our certificate. So I placed the new certificate into the store, and changed that line in that file. Restarted service and it service wouldn't start until I changed it back. So I am thinking we might have to do something with the Key as well? I don't need to regenerate a CSR from this server right? The way we did it with go daddy was from IIS 7, CSR from there, they created the certificate.
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