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  • Howie - I think you're looking for a report that lists all protected clients and shows which appliance they backup to. Is this what you're looking for?

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  • I only have two appliances. 90% use one appliance and the balance to the 2nd one (remote office). So I know which appliance things are on.

    What I want to see is the location each protected asset is currently using...point to. 

    Purpose:

    I have a storage location that is Full. I need to purge, so it would be most helpful to know which assets reside on the location that is Full.

    Tks

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  • If so, take a look at the Protection Summary Report or the Backup History Report

    If this doesn't answer your questions, please let me know.

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  • Neither of those report show Storage Node.

    Perhaps this is going to be a labour intensive  job and then having to keep track of this manually?? 

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  • Got it. Can you take a look at the Capacity Report and see if that is what you're looking for?

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  • Sorry, not there either... I have also made sure to check for additional Columns that can be viewed too....but nothing there.

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  • Hmm - Since none of those three reports display what you’re looking for,  so long as you have an active support contract, I’d recommend calling support to see what other options you may have. 

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  • Support Ticket opened. I will advise our findings.

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  • Great! If this is not an options today, I'm sure they'll ask our development team to add it to the feature requests list to be prioritized for a future release. 

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  • Problem solved....which was my problem...not Unitrends.

    I had misconfigured my Internal/external storage.

    Fixing that up as we speak.

    .

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  • I'm so glad that this was such an easy fix. Thanks for the update!

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