I’m pleased to say that the first micromanual for the NetWorker Information Hub is now available for download.
The micromanual homepage has been updated to provide download details. If you have a good working knowledge of NetWorker, and are to learn about how nsradmin works, and so how to get more experience with automation and scripting, you should find something of value in the micromanual. The intended audience for the NetWorker Power User Guide to nsradmin is to provide NetWorker administrators who have a firm grasp of NetWorker, but mostly at the GUI level, with a solid starting point for learning nsradmin. It starts with a basic overview, then introduces concepts surrounding scripting, bulk updates, etc.
There is a registration process for the micromanual, but this has nothing to do with providing your name or email address to any third party. Instead, it’s about having a means of touching base with people who have downloaded it to let them know if any updates are made. (And that’s the only reason, nothing else.)
This micromanual contains examples for both Windows and Unix/Linux systems, so hopefully there’s something in there for every NetWorker Power User.