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Expidite Backup Exec 12 remote agent updates?

Posted on 2009-07-02
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Hi there,

Is there anyway to expidite and speed up the updating of the remote backup agents instead of manually adding them all to the installer in buexec?  Im looking for a way to say "Update all agents currently pointed at this server" type of button. Thanks!

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Not anything built in, the easiest way ive been able to do it is to repush the agent using the wizard to all server at once.
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Sort of figured, thanks. Can anyone else confirm that this is the easiest way?
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