we are using Symantec Backup EXEC 10d and a LTO-3 drive on our win2003 Server to backup several SQL DBs, Exchange2003 and Fileservers.
Now I want to replace the LTO-3 drive with a new LTO-5 drive.
That drive has now built-in AES encryption.
How does that work? Does it depend on the backupsoftware?
Can I still use Symantec10d with this tapedrive?
It's likely that Symantec 10d will work, but it will NOT support the HW encryption the LTO drive can use. The encryption is an option, not required; you'll still be able to use the drive to create unencrypted
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