Hp Data Protector License
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Hi All Im new to data protector , please can someone assist me i have the below licenses for DP and i need to know how to renew these licenses on my current expired DP software. Please help. Thanks TEM EON PRODUCT NAME 1 79P337328001 Q2M74AAE HPE DP Starter Pack Win 1yr 7×24 E-LTU 2 AYDHADUEA3TE Q2M74SAE HPE DP Starter Pack Win +2yr 7×24 E-LTU 3 79P337328001 Q2M78AAE HPE DP Drv Ext Win/NtWr/Lin 1y7x24 E-LTU 4 J47JADUEA353 Q2M78SAE HPE DP Drv Ext Win/NtWr/LX +2y7x24 E-LTU 5 79P337328001 Q2M86AAE HPE DP Online Bk for Win 1yr 7×24 E-LTU 6 JEJ2ADUEADT3 Q2M86SAE HPE DP Online Bk for Win +2yr 7×24 E-LTU
HP Data Protector has several different types of license. The above reports give a general overview only. You should check individual Software Instances for precise details of what types of licenses are required or recommended
CRITICAL: If you perform licensing operations after August 12th, 2022, without upgrading the licensing software to the latest version, licenses may not register properly, and some features may be missing. This could impact testing and result in downtime.
Staging client - Name of the staging client that you configured on the ObjectStore client. The staging client must be the HPDP client or the HPDP server where you can restore the backed up data for migration to the ObjectStore.
Data Protector software (originally Omniback) is automated backup and recovery software for single-server to enterprise environments, supporting disk storage or tape storage targets. It provides cross-platform, online backup of data for Microsoft Windows, Unix, and Linux operating systems. The last version to use the OmniBack name was version 4.1, which was retired in 2004.
When Hewlett-Packard acquired Apollo Computer in 1989, the latter had already developed a backup system entitled the "OmniBack Network Backup System," which was available on the market at the time. HP continued to develop this product under the "OmniBack" name for the purpose of backing up individual files and raw disk partitions. A related but distinct product "OmniBack/Turbo" was developed for backing up databases.
In 1996 HP released OmniBack II 2.0 and merged OmniBack II and OmniBack/Turbo into a single product, although it was still impossible to create a single job which would contain a database and a file system backup. It was offered for $3,800. A Windows NT port was released with version 2.3. Version 2.55 was released in 1997 and included support for HP-UX and IBM AIX. 2b1af7f3a8