OVER DEPLOYED for New workstation

I need a solution

We bought 12 new workstations to replace the old ones. The “overdeployed” message was received when were setting up the 5th workstation. Would it resolve the issue if we uninstall the symantec from the first 4 (old) workstations that we replaced. We are going to dispose of it already. Basically we want to use the license from the old workstations on the new ones. Is that okay? or we are required to use new licenses for each  new workstation or we can reuse the license on new workstations as we dispose the old workstations?
 

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Announcing the New Dell EMC IDPA DP4400: Power, Simplicity and Peace of Mind

Data is growing and is everywhere—businesses have more users, use more applications, keep more copies of data, and in more locations.In addition, they are adopting cloud-based data protection. Help your customers compete with confidence and win with ease with the new Dell EMC Integrated Data Protection Appliance (IDPA) DP4400.



Many competitive data protection solutions for mid-size organizations sacrifice coverage, performance and efficiency, in the name of simplicity.



Your customers can have it all—because now, you can introduce them to the Dell EMC IDPA DP4400.



The Challenge

It’s not just that your mid-size customers have even more data to protect. They’re also running more applications, keeping more copies of data, and in more locations. At the same time, they’re adopting cloud-based data protection to bring down their operating and infrastructure costs.



All this means that it’s a real challenge to put in place a comprehensive data protection solution that is efficient, reliable, high-performing—and delivers simplicity.



The Solution

The new Dell EMC IDPA DP4400 offers the perfect mix of power and simplicity for mid-size organizations, at the lowest cost-to-protect.1 IDPA DP4400 is a converged 2U appliance that offers complete backup, deduplication, replication, recovery, and cloud readiness with disaster recovery and long-term retention to the cloud.



Simplicity

Management is simplified in the IDPA DP4400 via a modern HTML-5 user interface (UI) that automates daily management, monitoring and reporting tasks. It’s integrated with VMware native tools as well as SQL Management Studio and Oracle RMAN, so customers’ administrators can continue to use familiar UIs. Deployment and upgrades are easy, too: the appliance has a compact 2U form factor, and is customer-installable and upgradable. Also, capacity can grow in place from 24TB to 96TB with simple license upgrades—without additional hardware, minimizing downtime and complexity.

Powerful

The Dell EMC IDPA DP4400 combines protection storage and software, with search and analytics, for enterprise-class protection across the largest application ecosystem, both physical and virtual, and support for multiple hypervisors (vSphere and HyperV).

The appliance can natively-tier de-duplicated data to the cloud for long-term retention without the need for a separate cloud gateway. It provides industry-leading deduplication (at an average rate of 55:12) for on-premises and cloud along with a reduction in bandwidth requirements up to 98%.3 The solution offers up to five times more VMs in a 2U appliance4 and seven times more backup streams.3



Lowest Cost-to-Protect

The Dell EMC IDPA DP4400 gives your customers the lowest cost-to-protect, with a cost of up to 80% less.1 IDPA DP4400 shortens backups by up to two times5 and offers 20% more capacity in a 2U appliance.6



Investment Protection under the Future-Proof Loyalty Program

This solution is designed to give your customers peace of mind—and when it’s about data protection, that’s exactly what they need.

Dell EMC IDPA DP4400 is eligible for the Future-Proof Loyalty Program which combines a 3-year satisfaction guarantee7, hardware protection8 and predictable support pricing.9

Find out more

The Dell EMC IDPA DP4400 is built for mid-size organizations that are increasingly maintaining siloed and complex data protection solutions to protect growing IT environments with more data, applications and users. It offers usable, grow-in-place data capacity from 24 to 96TB. It also addresses the requirements of larger organizations looking to protect their remote or branch offices and stand-alone departments. Additionally, this appliance is a great upsell opportunity among the Data Domain DD2200 installed base.

It is a powerful sales opportunity for you, enabling you to cross-sell data protection into your server and storage installed base, and also to up-sell support and consultancy services.



Visit our Data Protection portal today to learn more. Activate your campaign by sending emails and social posts to your customers through Digital Marketing Platform. If you don’t have an account, then create one now.

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  1. Dell EMC internal analysis using publically available competitive pricing from Rubrik and Cohesity, May 2018. Lowest cost-to-protect is based on $ per logical GB. Actual cost will vary.
  2. Based on Dell EMC internal analysis of customer data as of May 2018.
  3. ESG Lab Reviewcommissioned by Dell EMC, February 2018, versus a competitive vendor A.
  4. Based on Dell internal testing and comparing against Rubrik’s published performance data in 2U, February 2018
  5. ESG Lab Review commissioned by Dell EMC, February 2018, versus a competitive Vendor A.Additional informationon the testing environment.
  6. Based on Dell EMC internal analysis, May 2018, using Rubrik’s published data. Actual results will vary.
  7. Satisfaction Guarantee: Requires purchase of a 3-year ProSupport agreement. Compliance is based on product specifications. Any refund will be prorated.
  8. Trade-In value determined based on market conditions at Dell EMC’s sole discretion.
  9. Does not include Dell EMC SC series.

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7021356: Which Products include HP Emulation?

The following table lists current Attachmate products that include support for HP terminal types, and the manner of installation. HP support is either part of an integrated product installation or a separate download and installation, depending on the entitled product.

Entitled Product
Installation Type
Reflection Desktop
Optional feature**
Reflection Desktop Pro
Optional feature**
InfoConnect Desktop Pro for Airlines 16.x
Optional feature**
InfoConnect Desktop Pro for Unisys 16.x
Optional feature**
InfoConnect Desktop Pro for Unisys with X 16.1
Optional feature**
Reflection 2014
Separate, see Technical Note 2706
Reflection Pro 2014
Separate, see Technical Note 2706
Reflection Professional Suite 2011
Separate, see http://docs.attachmate.com/reflection/2011/r2/product_overview_ps_r2.pdf
Reflection for the Multi-Host Professional Edition, version 14.x
Integrated
Reflection for HP with NS/VT, version 14.x
Integrated
Reflection for the Web 2014/2011/2008 (all editions except Limited or Standard)
Integrated
Verastream Host Integrator (or Verastream Standard Kit)
Integrated*

*Verastream Host Integrator provides support for SOAP/JSON Web Services and custom Web Builder forms-based HTML5 web applications to HP hosts (after modeling HP host application in Design Tool), but not support for “zero-footprint” HP terminal emulation (screen-based web applications).

**Beginning in version 16.0, the Reflection for HP application is an optional feature in the installer. In Setup, on the Feature Selection tab, open Reflection > Workspace > Emulation to enable the “HP with NS/VT” feature as shown below.

HP Graphics Not Supported

Graphical terminal types, such as HP 2397A, were supported in WRQ Reflection 7 for DOS (included in Reflection for DOS CD product) and WRQ Reflection 7+ for the Macintosh. HP graphical terminal support is not available in current products for Windows or other platforms.

Technical Resources

Refer to the following pages for links to downloads, technical notes, and other resources.

Product
Technical Resources
Reflection Desktop
http://support.attachmate.com/product/?prod=RD
Reflection Desktop Pro
http://support.attachmate.com/product/?prod=RDPRO
InfoConnect Desktop Pro for Airlines
http://support.attachmate.com/product/?prod=INFODPROAIR
InfoConnect Desktop Pro for Unisys
http://support.attachmate.com/product/?prod=INFODPROUN
InfoConnect Desktop Pro for Unisys with X
http://support.attachmate.com/product/?prod=INFODPROUNX
Reflection 2014
http://support.attachmate.com/product/?prod=RX2014
Reflection Pro 2014
http://support.attachmate.com/product/?prod=RPRO2014
Reflection Professional Suite 2011
http://support.attachmate.com/product/?prod=RPS11
Reflection for the Mulit-Host Professional Edition. version 14.x
http://support.attachmate.com/product/?prod=RMHEPRO
Reflection for HP with NS/VT, version 14.x
http://support.attachmate.com/product/?prod=RNSVT
Reflection for the Web
http://support.attachmate.com/product/?prod=RWEB
Verastream Host Integrator
http://support.attachmate.com/product/?prod=VHI

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Re: DMX1000 – This Symmetrix does not have any gatekeepers

Hi

I’ve been given access to a really old DMX1000 so I can brush up my skills but I’ve run in to a brick wall. There appear to be no Gatekeeper LUNs available so I can’t discover or admin the array.

When I query the array I get the following

Symmetrix ID: 000XXXXXXXX

Total Paths Unique Paths

———– ————

Pdevs 8 8

GK Candidates 0 0

Dedicated GKs 0 0

VCM/ACLX devs 0 0

Pdevs in gkavoid 0

Pdevs in gkselect 0

Max Available GKs 1

Num Open GKs 0

Gatekeeper Utilization

Current 0 %

Past Minute 0 %

Past 5 Minutes 0 %

Past 15 Minutes 0 %

Since Midnight 0 %

Since Starting 0 %

Highwater

Open Gatekeepers 0

Time of Highwater N/A

Gatekeeper Utilization 0 %

Time of Highwater N/A

Gatekeeper Timeouts

Since starting 0

Past Minute 0

Time of last timeout N/A

*WARNING* This Symmetrix does not have any gatekeepers

I can see some Gatekeepers but these are from a VMAX and not the DMX

C:Program FilesEMCSYMCLIbin>syminq

Device Product Device

————————– ————————— ———————

Name Type Vendor ID Rev Ser Num Cap (KB)

————————– ————————— ———————

\.PHYSICALDRIVE0 HP LOGICAL VOL* 4.68 N/A 143338560

\.PHYSICALDRIVE1 3PARdata VV 3213 005E0000 10485760

\.PHYSICALDRIVE2 M(9) EMC SYMMETRIX 5671 0100097000 79548480

\.PHYSICALDRIVE3 M(9) EMC SYMMETRIX 5671 01000A0000 79548480

\.PHYSICALDRIVE4 M(9) EMC SYMMETRIX 5671 010001A000 79548480

\.PHYSICALDRIVE5 M(9) EMC SYMMETRIX 5671 0100023000 79548480

\.PHYSICALDRIVE6 GK EMC SYMMETRIX 5876 1400062000 2880

\.PHYSICALDRIVE7 GK EMC SYMMETRIX 5876 1400063000 2880

\.PHYSICALDRIVE8 GK EMC SYMMETRIX 5876 1400064000 2880

\.PHYSICALDRIVE9 GK EMC SYMMETRIX 5876 1400065000 2880

\.PHYSICALDRIVE10 GK EMC SYMMETRIX 5876 1400066000 2880

\.PHYSICALDRIVE11 GK EMC SYMMETRIX 5876 1400067000 2880

\.PHYSICALDRIVE12 EMC SYMMETRIX 5876 1400068000 5243520

\.PHYSICALDRIVE13 EMC SYMMETRIX 5876 1400102000 14680320

\.PHYSICALDRIVE14 M(9) EMC SYMMETRIX 5671 0100191000 79548480

\.PHYSICALDRIVE15 M(9) EMC SYMMETRIX 5671 010019A000 79548480

\.PHYSICALDRIVE16 M(9) EMC SYMMETRIX 5671 0100115000 79548480

\.PHYSICALDRIVE17 M(9) EMC SYMMETRIX 5671 010011E000 79548480

I’ve read about the VMC, so tried zoning my server to FCA but had no luck…

Any suggestions?

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DMX1000 – This Symmetrix does not have any gatekeepers

Hi

I’ve been given access to a really old DMX1000 so I can brush up my skills but I’ve run in to a brick wall. There appear to be no Gatekeeper LUNs available so I can’t discover or admin the array.

When I query the array I get the following

Symmetrix ID: 000XXXXXXXX

Total Paths Unique Paths

———– ————

Pdevs 8 8

GK Candidates 0 0

Dedicated GKs 0 0

VCM/ACLX devs 0 0

Pdevs in gkavoid 0

Pdevs in gkselect 0

Max Available GKs 1

Num Open GKs 0

Gatekeeper Utilization

Current 0 %

Past Minute 0 %

Past 5 Minutes 0 %

Past 15 Minutes 0 %

Since Midnight 0 %

Since Starting 0 %

Highwater

Open Gatekeepers 0

Time of Highwater N/A

Gatekeeper Utilization 0 %

Time of Highwater N/A

Gatekeeper Timeouts

Since starting 0

Past Minute 0

Time of last timeout N/A

*WARNING* This Symmetrix does not have any gatekeepers

I can see some Gatekeepers but these are from a VMAX and not the DMX

C:Program FilesEMCSYMCLIbin>syminq

Device Product Device

————————– ————————— ———————

Name Type Vendor ID Rev Ser Num Cap (KB)

————————– ————————— ———————

\.PHYSICALDRIVE0 HP LOGICAL VOL* 4.68 N/A 143338560

\.PHYSICALDRIVE1 3PARdata VV 3213 005E0000 10485760

\.PHYSICALDRIVE2 M(9) EMC SYMMETRIX 5671 0100097000 79548480

\.PHYSICALDRIVE3 M(9) EMC SYMMETRIX 5671 01000A0000 79548480

\.PHYSICALDRIVE4 M(9) EMC SYMMETRIX 5671 010001A000 79548480

\.PHYSICALDRIVE5 M(9) EMC SYMMETRIX 5671 0100023000 79548480

\.PHYSICALDRIVE6 GK EMC SYMMETRIX 5876 1400062000 2880

\.PHYSICALDRIVE7 GK EMC SYMMETRIX 5876 1400063000 2880

\.PHYSICALDRIVE8 GK EMC SYMMETRIX 5876 1400064000 2880

\.PHYSICALDRIVE9 GK EMC SYMMETRIX 5876 1400065000 2880

\.PHYSICALDRIVE10 GK EMC SYMMETRIX 5876 1400066000 2880

\.PHYSICALDRIVE11 GK EMC SYMMETRIX 5876 1400067000 2880

\.PHYSICALDRIVE12 EMC SYMMETRIX 5876 1400068000 5243520

\.PHYSICALDRIVE13 EMC SYMMETRIX 5876 1400102000 14680320

\.PHYSICALDRIVE14 M(9) EMC SYMMETRIX 5671 0100191000 79548480

\.PHYSICALDRIVE15 M(9) EMC SYMMETRIX 5671 010019A000 79548480

\.PHYSICALDRIVE16 M(9) EMC SYMMETRIX 5671 0100115000 79548480

\.PHYSICALDRIVE17 M(9) EMC SYMMETRIX 5671 010011E000 79548480

I’ve read about the VMC, so tried zoning my server to FCA but had no luck…

Any suggestions?

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Using Regular Expression to find the first time something appears, then match string, but not the second or third time

I need a solution

I am working with DLP 14.6.  DLP 14.6 is reading emails leaving a workstation at the workstation.  (before exchange).  I am looking for a specific keyword that appears in the subject line of the email [encrypt].  This keyword, if it appears in the first subject line, it will trigger rules to encrypt the email later in the email message path. 

The second and third subject lines that contain the keyword would not be picked up by the encryption appliance.  However if an email is forwarded or someone edits a reply and removes the keyword from the sending subject line, the message wont encrypt. 

The goal is to detect email messages with SSN/CCN data and block it at the sender (before exchange) unless the message is going to be encrypted.  Today we block at our encryption device, but its not 100% accurate.  We believe we will get better SSN/CCN detection at the workstation with DLP 14.6.  DLP 14.6 can also check to see if the user is in an AD group allowing encryption.  Our goal is to block messages at the workstation before it gets to Exchange or the encryption appliance. 

 
My current regular expression will still allow the message to be sent when [encrypt] appears in the second or third Subject line.  It just has to appear in the email. (?i)(Subject:s).*([|{)encrypt(]|]}).  The (?i) makes it case insensitive


The [encrypt] can be anywhere in the first subject line and encryption will apply.  We also allow for {encrypt}, or [encrypt].

The example below, if it contained SSN/CCN data would leave the workstation and be passed to our exchange, and encryption appliance.  Today the encryption appliance would block the message, but we want defense in depth.  

We want to stop this message with a regular expression that only reads the first subject line and looks for the [encrypt].  

I appreciate any feedback.
Below is sample text.  

From: Doe.John 
Sent: Friday, March 16, 2018 9:27 AM
To: ‘john.doe@gmail.com’
Subject: TESTING 

TESTING
[encrypt]
John Doe
Company
 
From: Doe.John
Sent: Friday, March 16, 2018 9:27 AM
To: ‘john.doe@gmail.com’
Subject: re: [encrypt] TESTING [encrypt]

TESTING
John Doe
Company

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XtremIO: VMware cannot see LUNs correctly if they are in multiple Storage Groups and the HLU does not match

Article Number:496814

Article Title and Link for Registered Users: XtremIO: VMware cannot see LUNs correctly if they are in multiple Storage Groups and the HLU does not match

Affected Product(s):XtremIO HW Gen2 800GB Encrypt Capbl,ProtectPoint for XtremIO XtremIO HW Gen3 40TB Encrypt Disable,ProtectPoint for XtremIO XtremIO HW Gen3 40TB,XtremIO HW Gen2 400GB Expandable,XtremIO HW Gen2 800GB Encrypt Disable,XtremIO HW Gen2 400GB Encrypt Disable,XtremIO HW Gen2 400GB Exp Encrypt Disable,XtremIO HW Gen3 40TB Encrypt Disable,XtremIO HW Gen3 40TB,XtremIO X2,XtremIO HW X2-S,XtremIO HW X2-S Encrypt Disable,XtremIO HW X2-R,XtremIO HW X2-R Encrypt Disable

Article Summary:How to make sure a LUN’s Device ID or HLU Number is the same in multiple Initiator Groups? Troubleshooting LUNs that are present in more than one Initiator Group. Sharing LUNs between VMware and physical servers. A LUN that is in multiple Initiator Groups does not have matching HLU (Host Device ID) entries. …

Article Last Updated:September 13, 2017

Please note that this abstract is machine-generated. Registered users should click the above link to view the entire knowledge article from Dell EMC Online Support, otherwise please contact Dell EMC Customer Service for further assistance.

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[The Source Podcast] Future-Proof Storage Loyalty Program

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Technology changes, it’s a fact of life, and sometimes making a multi-year commitment can be a difficult decision.  The Dell EMC Future-Proof Storage Loyalty Program gives you additional peace of mind with guaranteed satisfaction and investment protection for those future technology changes.

The program covers the Dell EMC Storage Portfolio including; VMAX All-Flash, XtremIO X2, SC Series, Dell EMC Unity, Data Domain, Integrated Data Protection Appliance (IDPA), Isilon and Elastic Cloud Storage (ECS) appliance.

Dell EMC Storage and Data Protection offers unbeatable value with a modern, efficient and feature rich product portfolio at no additional cost to you with purchase of a support agreement.

Brian Henderson (@BHendu), Storage Portfolio Marketing Director, gives us the details on the 3-Year Satisfaction Guarantee, Hardware Investment Protection and Predictable Support Pricing along with 4:1 All-Flash Storage Efficiency Guarantee, Never-Worry Migratio, All-inclusive Software and Built-In Virtustream Storage Cloud.  www.dellemc.com/futureproof

Get Dell EMC The Source app in the Apple App Store or Google Play, and Subscribe to the podcast: iTunes, Stitcher Radio or Google Play.

Dell EMC The Source Podcast is hosted by Sam Marraccini (@SamMarraccini)



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Are You Leaving Money on the Table by Not Recommending Dell EMC Data Protection?

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Are you leaving money on the table by not recommending comprehensive, must-have data protection in every proposal for servers, storage or VxRail hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) that you make to your prospects and customers? You could be. Watch this video, also hosted at channel campaign playbook, explaining why Data Protection is a critical criteria when selecting a converged infrastructure solution.

In 2016, Dell EMC commissioned the Global Data Protection Index report about the maturity of data protection strategies of 2,200 IT leaders across the 18 most developed nations worldwide. The results of this landmark survey showed vast opportunities for Dell EMC partners to cross-sell comprehensive data protection to their prospects and customers.

You may recall reading this report, and it’s worth money in sales to revisit it now because of a key finding: While true IT transformation requires sound data protection, the vast majority of enterprises are still way behind the curve in their ability to provide that.

Data Protection Opportunities Are as Big as Ever

According to the survey, 36 percent of organizations had suffered unplanned systems downtime or data loss due to hardware/ software failure or loss of power. The average cost of those losses? $914,000.

Of course, since 2016, many respondents may well have deployed data protection solutions. Or they may have just gotten around to upgrading their data protection as part their 2017 plans and budget cycles.

Contrary to the above, many IT leaders and their teams are still too busy fighting their day-to-day fires and juggling multiple priorities to have time and resources to get comprehensive, mature data protection in place. That’s where you, as a Dell EMC reseller, can help by adding Dell EMC data protection into every proposal you make for Dell EMC solutions.

Fact is, with the explosion of enterprise data, organizations of all sizes simply must have data protection. And it’s absolutely essential for software-defined data centers.

Better Together: Dell EMC Data Domain and Dell EMC Data Protection Suite

To serve your customers as their data protection expert and consultant, you couldn’t have a better partner than Dell EMC. Dell EMC is #1 in the Data Protection1 market. By combining Dell EMC Data Domain with the Dell EMC Data Protection software, your customers can cover the entire data protection continuum, including replication, snapshots, backups and archive and achieve up to 81% lower cost of capacity to protect2 over 3 years vs. the competition.

With three core value propositions, it’s:

  1. SIMPLE, providing scalable protection with single-pane-of-glass management to reduce administrative burdens
  2. FAST, with optimized data deduping and throughputs to meet strict SLA backup windows
  3. EFFICIENT, with highly integrated hardware and software to help reduce costs and better manage risks

What’s more, Dell EMC data protection portfolio provides specific suites, so you can tailor solutions to your customers’ specific needs: backup, applications, VMware, archive, and cloud-based, long-term retention. The Dell EMC Data Protection Suite Enterprise Edition meets all these requirements. In addition, when combined with Dell EMC Data Domain, your customers can achieve up to 20x faster backup and up to 10x faster recovery for mission-critical apps while eliminating back up impact on servers3.

To help you fully capitalize on this must-have, data-protection solution opportunity, we have an array of sales & marketing resources you can take advantage of. They include highly effective sales call scripts and FAQs that you or your sales teams can use to qualify prospects. Customer presentations, infographics and many more assets can help you and your teams highlight core Dell EMC data protection advantages.

To find out more about how our Dell EMC Data Domain and Data Protection Suite software can help ensure you’re not leaving money on the table in all your customer deals, visit Dell EMC Data Protection Sales Plays.

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1Data Protection defined by Dell EMC as the combination of IDC’s Purpose-Built Backup Appliance Hardware and Data Protection & Recovery Software market segments, IDC 12/17.

2Based on ESG whitepaper commissioned by Dell EMC, “The Economic Value of Data Domain,” May 2017. Data Domain deduplication capacity savings based on ESG analysis of call-home support data from over 15,000 Data Domain systems deployed worldwide.

3Based on Dell EMC internal testing, July 2016 compared to traditional backup.

 

 



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