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Deconfigured Servers report


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Hi Team,

 

Please let me know, how to fetch the deconfigured VMs, servers and laptops report from backup.

 

Regards,

Harshavardhan.

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Best answer by Blaine Williams 17 May 2021, 07:51

Hi Harsha, 

There is no specific report for this kind of information but the king of reports here is the “Commcell Configuration Report” from the Java Gui. 

Select Client Properties and Subclient Properties and this will dump everything. If you then save the report as excel you can manipulate it easily. 

Alternative is the Subclient deconfigured report from cloud but then you will be missing if it is at the client level.

https://cloud.commvault.com/webconsole/softwarestore/store.do#!/135/663/11250

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Hi @Harsha 

I haven’t been able to find a report to specifically show a list of deconfigured clients.

However, you should be able to create a Smart Client Group using Clients with no Archive Data Rule, and then report a report on clients inside this group.

Clients with no Archive Data

Use this rule to group client computers meet the following criteria:

  • The client is deconfigured.
  • The backup data is deleted.
  • The software was uninstalled on the client.
  • Additional criteria for discovered virtual machines:
    • The VM is deleted in the management interface for the hypervisor, such as VMware vCenter.
    • The number of days defined in the Number of days to keep deleted VMs option is exceeded. To view this setting, go to Control Panel > Media Management > Data Aging.

      This rule helps administrators group client computers that may need to be deleted. After reviewing the clients, the administrator can delete the clients as needed.

      Tip: You can configure the software to automatically delete clients that meet the preceding criteria. For information, see Media Management Configuration: Data Aging.

To group all client computers that meet the criteria, select the following:

  • In the Rule Group section, click Clients with no Archive Data, and then select is true.

 

Thanks,

Stuart

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Hi Harsha, 

There is no specific report for this kind of information but the king of reports here is the “Commcell Configuration Report” from the Java Gui. 

Select Client Properties and Subclient Properties and this will dump everything. If you then save the report as excel you can manipulate it easily. 

Alternative is the Subclient deconfigured report from cloud but then you will be missing if it is at the client level.

https://cloud.commvault.com/webconsole/softwarestore/store.do#!/135/663/11250

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