Client Computer Properties (Advanced)

Use this tab to establish advanced options.

Enter Alternate Cache Partition for QSnap. Please ensure that the volume specified is an NTFS volume

Use this space to change the location of the QSnap Copy-on-Write (COW) cache for all volumes on the client.

  • Specify the drive letter without a slash. For example, type F: to use drive F as the alternate cache location. Mount paths are not supported.
  • For Windows platforms, you can only specify an NTFS volume as a cache volume.

CDR Log File Location

For CDR, specifies the location for log files on either a source or destination computer.

Advanced Features

Displays a list of advanced feature licenses used by the Client. (See License Administration in Books Online for detailed information on advanced feature licenses.)

Enable SnapProtect

Specifies whether SnapProtect backup is enabled for the client or not.

When enabled, you can use the SnapProtect backup to create snapshots of the application data to be used for various data protection operations.

Enable Access Control

Use this option to allow end-users to browse and restore the data on which they have permissions (also referred as ACL-based browse and restore operations).

Proxy for Exchange

Use this list to specify the name of the client hosting 32-bit Exchange agents in non-standard installation configurations, in order to establish communications with the Exchange Server for support of Outlook Add-In, OWA and/or Optimized Scan functionality. To establish or change the name of the proxy for Exchange client, select one from the list.

Enable retry on network errors

When enabled, the Robust Network Layer feature is enabled allowing the Job Manager to continuously check for network connectivity when loss of connectivity is detected.

  • Retry Frequency (seconds):

    The interval (in seconds) at which the Job Manager will continuously check for network connectivity.

  • Retry Count:

    The number of times the Job Manager will check for network connectivity.

Global zone host name

This option is applicable only for Solaris client. Use this option to determine the zone and perform SnapProtect operations.

A host name is the full interface name of the computer.

For example, mycomputer.mydomain.mycompany.com.

A Global Zone is a virtualized environment within an instance of Solaris operating system. The zone host name is the Global zone's equivalent of the system host name. The zone host name is defined in the zone's /etc/inet/hosts file as the official host name or a nickname for one of the zone's IP addresses.