2. User-initiated emails
You have received this email to indicate that you have successfully registered a TSM node; you should now download and install the TSM backup software.
You will generally receive this email immediately after registering a node through the TSM self-registration page.
Registering the node is the first step in getting started.
You will generally receive this email immediately after making the request to re-register. The re-registration process is mostly automatic but if the HFS Team feel there is an issue then they will contact you: the content of such an email will vary depending on the issues or questions that require a response.
You have received this email because you requested for a node to be registered as a large server. This means that the server concerned already has several terabytes of data on it; it would be allowed to back up up to 300GB per day, rather than the 200GB per day limit for standard servers.
You will generally receive this email immediately after making a request to register a large server. A call will then be automatically logged in our call management system, and shortly afterwards you will receive an email from the HFS Team with a list of questions in relation to your large server request . Although the set of questions is standard, requests of this nature are relatively uncommon and therefore such emails are sent manually.
You will generally receive this email immediately after deregistering the node through the TSM self-registration page.
If you did not intend for this to happen, please contact the firstname.lastname@example.org urgently.
If you did intend to deregister the node, please ensure that the TSM software is removed from the machine by following the TSM removal instructions.