Maybe there is an obvious answer to this.
Lets say that a branch office of ours is hit by ransamware. Luckely the local backups are untouched and may be used. But the file server, also acting media agent, and other servers are rendered useless. Further more, in case of a ransomware attack all connectivity to other sites are disconnected.
Our commcell is located outside the branchoffice and isn’t reachable.
In such a scenario, does that mean that we are prevented from doing a 1-touch recovery of the servers?
In my mind I would think we woulden’t be able to restore anything from backups until a connection to our commcell is established.
But who knows what Commvault may have up theor sleeve…. :-)
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Best answer by Damian AndreView original