This hotfix can only be applied to the following versions of Storage Exec:
VERITAS Storage Exec 5.3 Build 2190 (English editions and Japanese editions)
What issues does this hotfix resolve?
- "Delete", "Copy to" and "Move to" options are unavailable on an Active HTML Report generated by a licensed Storage Exec server
Which files does this hotfix update?
After installing the hotfix, the attributes of the installed files will change as indicated in the table below. Note that the date and time are stored in universal time. When looking at the date and time of the files on the server where the hotfix was installed, they will be converted to local time. Use the Date and Time tool provided by Windows to determine the difference between universal time and local time.
Hotfix 11 updates the following files in addition to those files updated by Hotfix 1 through 10, thus making Hotfix 11 cumulative of all hotfixes through this release.
|File Name||Date||Time||File Version||Size KB|
See the Related Documents section below for details on Hotfixes 1 through 10
How to install this hotfix on a Storage Exec 5.3 server
1. Close Storage Exec if open
2. Run SE2190RHF11.exe (this is the default name of Hotfix 11 when it is downloaded)
3. Follow the instructions in the installation wizard
4. A reboot of the system is required after installing this hotfix
Note: A prompt requesting a reboot may not be displayed, but a reboot is required.
How to install this hotfix on a server which has the Storage Exec 5.3 Remote Administration Console, Remote Server Agent, or Remote Workstation Agent
Follow the steps as outlined in TechNote 278677 http://support.veritas.com/docs/278677
How to complete a "silent installation"
Follow the steps as outlined in TechNote 279367: http://support.veritas.com/docs/279367
How to uninstall this hotfix
Once this hotfix has been installed, it cannot be uninstalled without uninstalling the entire Storage Exec 5.3 application.
"Delete", "Copy to" and "Move to" options are unavailable on an Active HTML Report generated by a licensed SE server.
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