OK button, then enter your local administrator password at the next screen.
Finally, enter the TSM Archive account password when prompted. The main screen of the TSM GUI should
display and you should click the
The first time you access your HFS Archive account, a screen as below will display:
The folder tree can be expanded by clicking the arrow adjacent to a folder. Files in a a folder can be displayed in the right-hand window by clicking the folder name. Files and folders can be selected by clicking the grey selector boxes as displayed below.
Having selected the files and folders to archive, ensure the correct
Description is selected.
By default this displays as Archive Date: dd-mm-yyyy. To archive the objects under an existing
Description, expand the drop-down list to the right and choose from the displayed list.
Now Click the
Archive button. The Task List
screen will next display as the TSM client constructs a list of local files and inspects them
against a list on the server. Files will then be archived as illustrated below.
The archive can be halted at any time by clicking the red circle button in the Task List window. A Detailed Status Report, as illustrated below, can be displayed by clicking the centre button in the Task List window.
From the TSM GUI main screen click the
Archive button, then click the
The default options are illustrated below but can be changed for
the duration of the current archive session. Clicking the
[Compress objects] check box will
considerably slow the archive and is not recommended. Equally, it is not recommended that
[Delete files after Archive] option is selected: see the section Local File Deletion
in Initial Considerations before using Archive & Retrieve for further details.
The interface for file Retrieve differs from that of Archive. From the TSM GUI main screen choose the
Retrieve button. The window will now display a list of all the descriptions under
which files have been archived.
Clicking the arrow adjacent to the description text will cause the directory structure under which files have been archived to display. The directory structure can further be expanded by clicking the arrows. A list of archived files will be displayed under each directory expanded by clicking the directory name.
By default, files will be retrieved to their original location. This may not be what you want, particularly when retrieving several (older) versions of a file as each version will overwrite the previously retrieved version.
If you wish to store the retrieved files in a location other than their original,
Following location radio button and then the
to select a destination folder to which you wish to have the files retrieved. The path options control
what directory structure to use for retrieved files and directories. The default is Retrieve partial path.
Clicking for help on these options will give worked examples of how they effect the retrieve path.
Remember when retrieving a large number of large files, to ensure that there is enough space to hold
the retrieved files.
Retrieve button will execute the retrieval process. A Task List Window
will display which may be expanded to a Detailed Status Report window. These windows share the same
appearance and functionality as in the
Archiving select files & directories section.
From the TSM GUI main screen click the
Retrieve button, then click the
Options button to display the current options for Retrieve. The default options
are illustrated below but can be changed for the duration of the current retrieve session. Clicking
Help will give explanations to the available options.
Archive clients have the ability to delete archived files held on the TSM Archive server. Care should obviously be exercised when using this option as data deleted can not under any circumstances be recovered.
Nevertheless, there may be circumstances where temporary versions of files have been archived and
can now be safely deleted. To do, from the TSM GUI main screen, choose the
and then choose the
Delete Archive Data option. TSM will now display a screen identical to the
initial Retrieve window with archived files organised under their descriptions.
You should change the password given to you by Registration as soon as
you have successfully logged into the TSM hub window to something more
meaningful to you. Remember that your password represents the security of your
archives. Anyone who learns your password can damage your archives so choose one
difficult to guess, and keep it to yourself. The initial letters of some phrase
of significance to yourself is often a good choice. TSM passwords are case
independent. In addition to letters and digits they can contain the characters
+ - _ . & (plus, minus, underscore, point, ampersand); a password must be
between 6 and 63 characters long. To change your TSM password, start the TSM Backup program. From the initial window
Utilities menu and select the
[Change Password...] option.
The following screen will be displayed: