martymidwest wrote:It shows up in Windows Device Manager as a "IBM ULTRIUM-TD4 SCSI Sequential Device", but it says "Dell" on the actual drive.
martymidwest wrote:Any ideas why it would not be supported? Any chance it someday would? Any potential workarounds to get it going?
foggy wrote:Just because we do not have a chance to test against all the devices available on the market. Our compatibility list contains those devices that were tested as a part of the beta program, as well as those later reported by customers to be working fine with Veeam B&R (according to their own testing). If you test the device and report back to us that it does perform well in conjunction with Veeam B&R, we will add it to the list.
martymidwest wrote:On starting an "Inventory Job", how does one go about doing that?
foggy wrote:martymidwest wrote:On starting an "Inventory Job", how does one go about doing that?
Please review the corresponding user guide section for instructions.
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PAGE CODE : 31: Tape Capacity
Remaining Capacity MB : 762933
Maximum Capacity MB : 762939
d.popov wrote:Could you, please, run Catalogue operation on tape media and then go to properties and check the free space.
Capacity: 71.1 GB
Free: 71.1 GB
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