A guy who I refer to as “the other Preston” has just written and published what he refers to as a “mini-manual” for NetWorker and published it on his blog.
According to his “about” page, Preston de Guise has been working in consulting since 1996. He also wrote a book about backups called Enterprise Systems Backup and Recovery: A corporate insurance policy, and was kind enough to send me a copy to read. (I also have been doing consulting since ’96 and have written a book or two. This is why I call this guy “the other Preston.”)
Although he does not have my blog listed on the “other” blogs section on his website (Ahem!), I’m going to give Preston a big shoutout from Backup Central and point you to his nsradmin Micromanual, whicn can be found here. Warning, his “micro-manual” is over 60 pages. ;) I have not had time to read it, but I know Preston to be a very smart guy, especially in all things NetWorker, so I’ll trust him.
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Written by W. Curtis Preston (@wcpreston). For those of you unfamiliar with my work, I've specialized in backup & recovery since 1993. I've written the O'Reilly books on backup and have worked with a number of native and commercial tools. I am now Chief Technical Architect at Druva, the leading provider of cloud-based data protection and data management tools for endpoints, infrastructure, and cloud applications. These posts reflect my own opinion and are not necessarily the opinion of my employer.