NetWorker: Top Services Topics

This document contains the list of Top Services Topics for NetWorker, identified by EMC Support as the most trending topics for the month of December 2019:


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Unable to login to NMC from remote server. Error: "Unable to Launch the application"

Unable to login to NMC. Dialogue box will show error: "Unable to Launch the application."



While applying licensing file, receiving the following error: FlexNet Licensing error:-13,66

Post upgrading the NetWorker Server from 8.2 to 18.2, and applying the update license file, getting the following error



How to Recover a file via Command line.

Collect the nsavetime for Backup save set via command line on NetWorker Server



Process rabbitmq-server crashed

Rabbitmq server crashed



Deployment KB: How to perform a NetWorker Bare Metal Recovery (BMR) recovery procedure

launch a bare metal recovery (BMR) procedure used to restore a client operating system to a prior state on the same source client or on a different destination (physical or virtual).



Networker: After upgrade from 8.x to 9.2.x, the user gets a license error in NMC >>Alerts ?NETWORKER_UPDATE: The requested license was not found in the license file?

The user upgraded the networker Server from 8.x to 9.2.1.5 and the license file applied only contained INCREMENT NETWORKER_CAPACITY license



Restarted networker services and not all services not coming up properly

Restarted networker services and not all services are coming up properly.



NMC: Stale session appears in the NetWorker Management Console (NMC) monitoring tab

Backup sessions appears in Monitoring as they are running but they have completed.  



save failed to authenticate with nsrmmd on host <Networker server>: Timed out..

Backup sessions appears in Monitoring as they are running but they have completed.  



NetWorker: A deleted or decommissioned policy does not disappear from the Monitoring Tab in the Networker Management Console (NMC)

After deleting a policy that previously ran, the policy gets grayed out and can't be removed from the monitoring tab. 

 

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