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Mapping storages to profiles


This topic explain how to map storages to profiles.

Understanding mapping of storages with profiles

By mapping storages with profiles, you can limit the number of storages to which users associated with a profile can backup data. Let us assume you have 5 storages for your organization. You want to ensure that data of all user associated with the 'Finance' profile is always backed up on the 'Accounts' storage. To prevent the creation of any user that is associated with the 'Finance' profile, but backs up data on a storage other than 'Accounts', you must map the 'Accounts' storage with the 'Finance' profile.

You can map multiple storages with a single profile. You can also limit the storage space utilized by each profile. For example, you can map the 'Finance' profile with 15 TB storage space on 'Accounts 1' storage and 20 TB storage space on 'Accounts 2' storage.

Note: Mapping storages to a profile affects all users of that profile. Once a profile is mapped to some storages, you cannot create new users who belong to that profile, but can back up data on any non-mapped storage. Backups from existing users who backed up data on a non-mapped storage will fail. 

Mapping storages with profiles

To map storages with profiles

  1. On the menu bar, select Manage > Profiles.
  2. Click the profile you want to modify.
  3. Click the Backup Policies tab.
  4. Under Notifications and Storage, click Edit. The Edit Profile window appears.
  5. Clear Allow unlimited quota on all storages. Additional fields are displayed.
  6. Click +add. A row to map a storage is displayed.
  7. Select the storage you want to map and the space you want to assign on the storage.
  8. Click +add again to map more storages.
  9. After adding the required storages, click Save.
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