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Applying vDisk to multiple devices

Posted on 2011-03-03
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We are using PVS 5.6 SP1 and would like to know if there is any way to apply a single vDisk to a large number of devices without using User Groups? There used to be a batch utility for Ardence but it appears to have been done away with in newer versions. I also looked around in the SQL database and could not find any vDisk pointers in there either. Thanks.
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You can copy/paste Device properties.  

1. Assign the vDisk to a Device.
2. Right click on the Device and select Copy Device Properties.
3. Click All and then check the box for vDisk Assignment.
4. Click Copy.
5. Highlight your other Devices (you can select multiple at a time), right click and select Paste.
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Thanks amichaell! That works great! 500 points to you.
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My pleasure.  It's a real life saver when you have a ton of Devices to manage.
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