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Does anyone have any good step by step document how to create a backup/restore in EMC Networker?

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Does anyone have any good step by step document how to create a backup/restore in EMC Networker?

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You did not specify which version you have - here is the admin guide for version 9.0 - see page 327 for backing up data.
docu61081.pdf
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EMC NetWorker 7.6 Disaster Recovery Guide PDF:
http://nsrd.info/documentation/nw76/76_disaster_recovery.pdf
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