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Info About the Portlock Training Media:
Portlock Storage Manager Training media is designed to add to our great technical support efforts.  

The videos are in Windows Media Format (*.wmv).  
When you click on one of the watch the video links, the video of your choice will open in a new window and start playing. You can also save the video to your local hard drive to watch or review at a later time.  
 

Lesson Quick Overview Video Options

Portlock Scorpion v1.01

This training video is designed to demonstrate the steps that are required to perform a NetWare volume copy and conversion on a Netware 6 server. For this video, we will be converting the SYS volume from the Traditional File System (TFS) format to the newer Novell Storage Services (NSS) format.

Note: Videos may take a few seconds to start.

Partition Copy

This training video is designed to demonstrate the steps that are required to perform a NetWare partition copy using Portlock Storage Manager. For this video, we will be copying the partition containing the sys volume to another storage device on the server

Note: Videos may take a few seconds to start.

Volume Copy

This training video is designed to demonstrate the steps that are required to perform a NetWare volume copy using Portlock Storage Manager. For this video, we will be copying the SYS volume to another storage device on the server.

Note: Videos may take a few seconds to start.

Volume Resize

This training video is designed to demonstrate the steps that are required to perform a NetWare volume resize using Portlock Storage Manager. For this video, we will be resizing the sys volume by moving the ending position.

Note: Videos may take a few seconds to start.

Image To Disk

This training video is designed to demonstrate the steps that are required to perform a NetWare server image using Portlock Storage Manager. For this video, we will be imaging the entire NetWare server to an image file on a local disk drive.

Note: Videos may take a few seconds to start.

Image To DVD

This training video is designed to demonstrate the steps that are required to perform a NetWare server image using Portlock Storage Manager. For this video, we will be imaging the entire NetWare server to a rewritable DVD disc.

Note: Videos may take a few seconds to start.

Image To Tape

This training video is designed to demonstrate the steps that are required to perform a NetWare server image using Portlock Storage Manager. For this video we will be imaging the entire NetWare server to tape drive.

Note: Videos may take a few seconds to start.

Restore To Disk

This training video is designed to demonstrate the steps that are required to perform a NetWare volume restore using Portlock Storage Manager. For this video, we will be restoring a volume from an image file located on local disk drive.

Note: Videos may take a few seconds to start.

Restore To DVD

This training video is designed to demonstrate the steps that are required to perform a NetWare volume restore using Portlock Storage Manager. For this video, we will be restoring a volume from an image file located on a rewritable DVD drive.

Note: Videos may take a few seconds to start.

Restore To Tape

This training video is designed to demonstrate the steps that are required to perform a NetWare volume restore using Portlock Storage Manager. For this video, we will be restoring a volume from an image file located on a SCSI DLT tape drive.

Note: Videos may take a few seconds to start.

       
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