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Arcserve D2D / Central host-based VM Backup

Posted on 2013-01-16
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I keep getting the following error when i try to deploy a policy to discovered virtual machines

Deploying policy(Policy-01) for node SVR-01.arcservelab.local, redeploy policy failed. (CA ARCserve D2D cannot connect to the CA ARCserve Central Host-Based VM Backup node using the host name of the node. CA ARCserve D2D may not be able to communicate with the CA ARCserve Central Host-Based VM Backup service when the host name of the node registered with DNS is different from the name of the node.)

Can anyone assist me ?

How can i confirm the name it is using? it wouldn't be trying localhost or something? that would be unresolvable


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Question by:cmatchett
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by:nappy_d
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is finicky like that. sometimes, you have to modify the hosts file on the backup server.

enter the ip address and host name fo each server that it has issues commumicating with.
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cmatchett earned 0 total points
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I installed all of the patches and updates.  Then it worked....thanks for taking the time to post
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this was the resolution of the issue
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