Posted on 2006-05-24
Last Modified: 2013-12-27
for unix, i do "vxlicrep -i" to see veritas version,
i have installed veritas on windows. vxlicrep fails.....
Question by:perlperl

    Author Comment

    also vxdiskadm works for unix but not for windows...
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    vxlicrep on Windows:

    vxdiskadm is not supported on Windows - See the Command Line Interface Comparison:


    Author Comment

    i do have
    \Program Files\Common Files\VERITAS Shared\VRTSlic

    but do not have the bin folder in ...\VRTSlic
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    Expert Comment

    I think you can do file search on the Windows for the file "vxlicrep.exe".
    If you could not find it, then you probably want to re-install again and make sure all the Veritas utilities are installed.
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    Expert Comment

    What is your Veritas product? Netbackup server or client? Backup Exec?
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