With the Novell Storage Manager 3.1.x NSM Engine installed, you can now run the NSMAdmin Setup Wizard to import the migration file you created in Section 3.5, Running the NSM Migration Utility.
From your desktop, double-click the NSMAdmin icon.
The login window appears.
In thefield, specify the DNS name or IP address.
In thefield, specify the secure port number.
The default setting for Microsoft Active Directory managed networks is 3009.
Specify the username and password.
The user must be a member of the NSMAdmins group to be able to log in.
If you are unable to log in, your proxy settings might be preventing you from doing so. Until you enter a proxy exception in your proxy settings, you can click, select , then click .
The Setup Wizard welcome screen appears.
Read the text on the screen and click.
Do one of the following:
Clickto locate and select the path to the license file
Clickto obtain an evaluation license
In theand fields, accept the account names that will be created and click .
Accept or modify the NSM Administrators’ group name, leave thecheck box selected, then click .
When you are notified that a Proxy Home share will be created on the engine’s local Proxy Home source path, click.
The following page appears:
If you want to import your policies at this time, select the Step 4, indicate the path by using the button, then click .check box. If you modified the path where the migration file was saved in
If you choose not to import the policies at this time, you can do so later in NSMAdmin using the Import Upgraded Policies.
A message appears informing you that the import is complete.
The NSM Migration utility shows the deferred delete events that are to be migrated.
A message appears informing you that Novell Storage Manager needs to initialize the engine and its subsystems.
When the initialization is complete, the NSMAdmin 3.1.1 login window appears.
Log in to NSMAdmin.
In thetab, click to see the imported policies.
Clickto see the deferred delete events.