Vault doesn't care what copy it is. To make sure that it's what you want and not other data mixed in, setup a different volume pool for these backups to go to. Then setup an eject step that pulls from this pool only and that should take care of it.
-Rusty On Fri, Apr 26, 2013 at 12:41 PM, <scott.geo...@parker.com> wrote: > I have a requirement where a remote division of ours is replicating a > Windows file server to our location via DFS. We are backing up that server > already, but wish to do special backups in order to satisfy some ISO > compliance guidelines. I want to send these copies offisite at their given > intervals (weekly, monthly, annually). If I create a vault, I assume it is > going to want to duplicate these copies, which is what I don't want. Is > there any way to vault the primary copies when it comes time to send them > offsite? > > Thank you for the help in advance, > > Scott "PLEASE NOTE: The preceding information may be confidential or > privileged. It only should be used or disseminated for the purpose of > conducting business with Parker. If you are not an intended recipient, > please notify the sender by replying to this message and then delete the > information from your system. Thank you for your cooperation." > _______________________________________________ > Veritas-bu maillist - Veritasemail@example.com > http://mailman.eng.auburn.edu/mailman/listinfo/veritas-bu > >
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