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You know what would be great…?

Posted by Preston on 2009-03-28

I just thought of this, and I think I might submit it as an RFE – I think that if a savegroup probe is executed on a client with savepnpc defined as the backup command, then it should create the nsr/res/groupName.res file on the client; while personally I’m just as happy to manually create that file when I need to, I think a lot of users find this daunting (not to mention it’s not really supported); it would make sense that running a ‘savegrp -pv -c clientName groupName’ would create the savepnpc res file.

What do you think?

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