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How many remote agents can I deploy with a licensed version of 11.d?

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I have installed Backup Exec 11.d and used the tools options to deploy the remote agent onto another server. How many can agents can I deploy until I must purchase more licenses? I have tested the one agent that was setup and it all works correctly but I do not want to go further if 1 is the limit for a Backup Exec license.
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You need to see how many you are presently licensed for .
Check the help under licenses and see how to access that info.


I hope this helps !
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For Backup Exec you need to purchase an agent for every computer/server being backed up.  
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You don't need a license for workstations and SQL/Exchange agent includes a remote license.
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