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Frequently Asked Questions

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Will the data paths of a Network Storage Pool be deleted if the Client Group associated with a Network Storage Pool is deleted?

What happens if an existing MediaAgent is removed from the Client Computer Group that is associated with a Network Storage Pool?

What happens if a MediaAgent associated with a Network Storage Pool is uninstalled?

Why is the retention criteria available for tape Network Storage Pool and not for disk and cloud Network Storage Pools?

Will the data paths of a Network Storage Pool be deleted if the Client Group associated with a Network Storage Pool is deleted?

No. Deleting a client computer group that is associated to the Network Storage Pool will not delete the data paths of the MediaAgents which were associated with the client computer group. However, you must manually remove the data paths from the storage policy if you want to delete the data paths.

What happens if an existing MediaAgent is removed from the Client Computer Group that is associated with a Network Storage Pool?

 If an existing MediaAgent is removed from the client computer group that is associated with a Network Storage Pool, the data path associated with the storage pool is not deleted.

What happens if a MediaAgent associated with a Network Storage Pool is uninstalled?

If the a MediaAgent associated with a Network Storage Pool is uninstalled, then the data path is deleted from the associated storage pool.

Why is the retention criteria available for tape Network Storage Pool and not for disk and cloud Network Storage Pools?

Retention criteria is available for tape Network Storage Pool because the option applies to all the associated storage policy copies for optimal usage of the tape media. Setting different retention for the dependent copies of the tape storage pool leads to suboptimal tape recycling.

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