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Hello,I passed first exam of “Commvault Professional Foundations” on November 2022,on 27/07/2023 I passed second exam “Professional Advanced” it’s been almost a month until today I haven’t received my course completion certificates.How long does the verification and certification procedure usually take?Thanks
Hello all, I have a few topics that I commented but I haven’t received any emails for updates or any of the subscribed topics. 1- Does anyone received emails from Community? 2- If it does have email updates, did anyone have the same issue of not receiving emails? Thanks.
I apologize ahead of time for how this may come off. Please do not get it from, I love this Forum and I do appreciate the hard work it takes to build and maintain this forum.that said: This is obnoxious:MAKE THIS GO AWAYI understand that one of the problems with forums is that people are likely to ask questions that have already been answered but there are 4 problems with this specific solution. IT DOESN’T WORK - This speaks to a larger related problem specifically searching the support site, namely that if I search for something using the exact keywords, not only will it not find it, it will find things completely, totally, and comically unrelated. The heading that says it will provide related topics provides 8 suggestions that could not possibly be more unrelated. When you are typing on a smaller screen it takes up 80% of the screen while you are trying to type, in other words I have less space to type what I am looking for help with than is dedicated to a search that is suggesting s
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First, a brief introduction. I spent the first half of my career as a software developer - coding in C# (sometimes MS C++ and interop) and doing my best to manage IT at a small business. I can still vividly remember my times as an aspiring IT administrator - battling different backup agents, constantly running out of space on tapes, and that time we got hit by an IIS vulnerability. That’s when I realized that backing up meant nothing if you couldn’t recover. That’s also when I realized, I was a lot better at my day job - writing code.I joined Commvault nearly 12 years ago, and spent most of that time working in digital marketing. Today, I head up our customer marketing team where I wake up each day thinking about how to help you be more successful and show off your data protection super powers. Today, and every third Thursday of the quarter is #gettoknowyourcustomerday. So in the spirit of getting to know you better - what is your data protection superpower?
Fellow community members, Today is my last working day at Commvault, and I wanted to leave you all with a message of my appreciation and gratitude. 2 years ago, we were just about to launch an extremely ambitious project: a new and improved Commvault community. Our previous community never received much attention, so our expectations were a bit tempered. When the community launched, we could not have been happier! Fast forward 2 years and we have over 9000 members, with over 4000 topics! I'm beyond proud of everything we have all built together. Our world grows smaller every day. I have no doubt that this won't be the last time we speak with each other (there's always LinkedIn :-)). Keep helping each other and growing together. This community's best days are still ahead! Forever grateful,Mike
Participation of course! 🤩 🤩 🤩 For all the actions you take in the community, including…asking questions starting conversations answering questions participating in conversations sharing best practices… you are awarded points and those eventually add up into automatically applied badges that appear on your avatar and profile. There are also some special manually applied badges that the community team can use to recognize members. For example, you’ll see that some early participants in our community received Founding Member badges. And finally there are external programs like Commvault’s Expert Certification Program by which Commvault administrators and engineers have earned “Certified Expert” rank that is reflected in the community. As we grow our community more opportunities for recognition will be announced. Stay tuned!
Hello!My company has been using CommVault software for many years, and we have enjoyed all of its features and reliability. Now that the transition to the web-based Command Center is occurring, I have two requests/recommendations for the interface. Could this feature be included in the Slot View window? or is there another window which can display this information? 1: Could the Job Controller and Media-in-Library tabs be included as options to include on the Overview Dashboard? I realize the information in these could be quite extensive, but might it be possible? 2: Because my company consistently works with 25-35 tapes in the library at any given time, it is sometimes annoying to click between pages of 30 tapes in the “Slot View” window, because each page only contains twenty tapes. This problem is compounded by empty slots being displayed with the same space in the list as an actual tape in the library. This causes the list of tapes to spill onto several pages. Could this limit of di
Hi!I just wanted to share my happiness when I saw this: after long time this little guy is back! I’ve been disappointed when it disappeared, I’ve been hurt when I heard: Sorry Bro! after sending feedback about missing feedback button, but now I’m happy it’s back!I think this is a great decision, as it re-opens dialog between commvault professionals/customers, which I believe are the main consumers of Commvault docs and their creators, which I believe don’t use it on daily basis during product implementation. Thanks for that Commvault team :-)Robert
Welcome to the community!If you are a current Commvault customer or partner, sign in using your Maintenance Advantage, Cloud Services, or Partner Advantage credentials. (See below for details or if you have questions about obtaining these credentials.)If you are a Metallic customer or partner, follow the instructions below to log in, and you’ll find introductory and how-to content for Metallic in this section.Commvault staff can also sign in and participate via SSO.Once you are logged in, the possibilities are endless. (Well, almost.) You can start and join conversations, complete your profile, and access content exclusively available to customers and partners!It’s easy. Just click the “login” button in the upper right corner to go to the log in page. LoginIf you need help to obtain or verify your credentials, follow the instructions below. Commvault customersMaintenance Advantage: Maintenance Advantage is your hub for Commvault Support, security updates, and advice. To access Maint
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This community platform is fairly straightforward but we love being helpful and have pulled together some basic guides to give a quick overview of the main features. How to log in to the community or verify your credentials (customers, partners) How to edit your profile How to see your topics and activity How to subscribe for updates and notifications How to tag other community members How to quote other users Community Guidelines If you are part of the Metallic Early Adopters group in early 2022, welcome! You’ll find introductory and how-to content for Metallic in this section. Otherwise, if you have feedback, questions, or suggestions for new community content, we are eager to hear form you! And hope you’ll share with us here ...https://community.commvault.com/community-feedback-31 You can also private message your community team, @Jennifer Kelley or @Damian Andre for assistance. We’re here to help and make this great for everyone.
Hello!This is a place for Commvault customers to ask questions, learn from each other, share experiences, and connect. We want this to be a safe, fun, and useful place, so we’ve created some guidelines to keep it that way. Be excellent to each otherKeep it positive, helpful, and engaging. Act in a way that would make your grandparents/ Big Bird/ Yoda proud. Post and offer feedback in a friendly and constructive manner. Assume good intentions on behalf of fellow members. Remember that nuance doesn’t always come across in writing, so be mindful of your tone – we positively welcome emojis, gifs, or ASCII art to clarify your meaning and make sure you’re not misunderstood. Help us stay tidy We have a lot of big brains in our community, so it’s possible your question is already answered. Speed things up by searching the community before you create a new topic. (And if you find an answer, don’t forget to ‘like’ or rate). Stay on track. If your response is getting into the weeds and taking a
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How to get email notifications on things you’re interested in or want to follow…..“Subscribing” to content on the community is the best way to keep up to date on topics and conversations. It’s easy to keep track of everything. Here are couple helpful hints. Subscribing to entire categories or forumsIf you find that there‘s a specific area of the community that is particularly interesting, you can subscribe to that entire subforum. Simply click on the ‘Subscribe’ button on the top right of the page. Once you’ve done this, you’ll be notified via email of each additional new discussion that has been added to this area of the community.subscribe button on a forum Subscribing to questions and conversationsTo subscribe to a question or conversation thread simply scroll to the bottom of the author’s or original poster’s first post, and click on the star . Once you’ve done this, you’ll be notified via email each time that this thread has been updated with a new reply. Unsubscribing for fewer
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