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    appendix B of your your pdf docs refer to the global data manager admin guide
    where is this guide. is/will the global data manager replace execview? is
    it faster? what is the executable? can it be run on any workstation or on
    the specifically defined computer

  2. Re: global data manager

    This is an unmoderated user-to-user forum.

    This question/concern should be posted to E-Mail support at
    http://seer.support.veritas.com/emai...BEWNT&crumb=on



    looker wrote:

    > appendix B of your your pdf docs refer to the global data manager admin guide
    > where is this guide. is/will the global data manager replace execview? is
    > it faster? what is the executable? can it be run on any workstation or on
    > the specifically defined computer



  3. Re: global data manager

    GDM is not replacing ExecView per se. It's Java based and has to be run on
    a specifically defined computer. Also, unlike ExecView it is not free. The
    advantage of GDM over ExecView is that you can monitor BENW, BENT, and
    NetBackup from a central Java based console.



    "looker" wrote in message news:3860e3c5@hronntp01....
    >
    > appendix B of your your pdf docs refer to the global data manager admin

    guide
    > where is this guide. is/will the global data manager replace execview? is
    > it faster? what is the executable? can it be run on any workstation or on
    > the specifically defined computer




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