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Posted on 2006-11-20
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Hi

We recently had a server removed from the Windows domain, however, its still listed in Arcserve Brightstor as a member server.  How do I remove this server from the list?

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The discovery service keeps a list of servers with ARCserve or options installed on them.

It is found in the registry under hkey local mach. \software\BrighStorARCserve\Backup\DiscoveryTable.

The contents under there can be deleted and then they will be recreated when the Discovery Server does its next discovery.
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Thanks, but do I need to edit the hkey on all BAB servers, or only the primary domain controller?

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Only if incorrect at each system.
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Hi

Its incorrect on each and every server, that's 17.  Isn't there an easier way of doing it once?  You only need to add a server once and it replicates to all others.

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