Creating User-Defined Subclients

If you need to back up specific databases, you can do so by creating a user-defined subclient.

  1. From the navigation pane, click Solutions > Apps > Exchange.

    The Exchange servers page appears.

  2. Click an Exchange server.

    The selected Exchange server page appears.

  3. In the Agents section, click Exchange Database.

    The Exchange Database page appears.

  4. Click Add Subclient.

    The Add subclient wizard appears.

  5. On the General page, type a name for the subclient, and then select a plan. Click Next.
  6. On the Settings page, type or select the maximum number of streams required for running a backup operation.

    By default, the number of streams is set to two.

    Optional: For enabling block-level backup operation to use the backed up databases later for live browse, select the Optimize for message level recovery check box.

    You can also enable block-level backups later. For more information, see Enabling Block-Level Backups for Exchange Databases.

    Click Next.

  7. On the Subclient content page, select one or more databases you want to add to the user-defined subclient that you are creating. Click Next.
  8. On the Server details page, select if the backup source is selected manually or automatically.

    Manual Selection

    Automatic Selection

    1. Select Manual.

      All the discovered databases appear in the Server Associations list.

    2. Select the servers where you want to back up each database.
    1. Select Automatic.
    2. Select the Backup from passive copy check box.
    3. If there are no passive servers available, select the Backup from Active copy if no passive copy is available check box.
    4. Select the Use last activation preference to select passive copy check box.

    For more information, see Configuring Manual or Automatic Selection of the Backup Source.

  9. Click Save.


The new user-defined subclient appears in the Exchange Database page, under the Subclients section.

Last modified: 6/7/2018 5:14:05 AM