[Veritas-bu] NBU client corrupting HP Network files?

Ungaro, Matt mjungaro at capitolindemnity.com
Thu Mar 10 12:58:06 CST 2005

When is he installing the HP Networking agents? We use almost exclusively
DL380s here, and haven't run into this problem. We're running DL380s with
Win2K and Win2003, Netbackup 5.1MP1, and we install our OS by using the HP
smartstart CD, so it installs all the HP components at OS install time.
Haven't seen this problem yet.

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Subject: [Veritas-bu] NBU client corrupting HP Network files?

We've got a lot of HP DL380 boxes here, which haven't been a problem, ofr the
most part.
One of the Windows guys just brought to my attention a little bug.
He's building machines for a new application that is being deployed and when
he double clicks the icon labelled "HP Network", either in the system tray or
in the control panel, he was getting an error referrring to "invalid data in
XML file".
He reimaged the machine, and it was fine...then installed the NBU client, and
got the error again.
Seems to be happening reliably, during hte NBU install.
Anyone ever seen something like this?
It's happening repeatedly and reliably on a couple boxes, though we've got
dozens in production without this problem.

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