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10.We select the drives that will be used by the Administration Center. We refer
to Table 22-1 on page 906 to confirm the drive letters. We select the letters as
in Figure 22-52 and click Next.
Figure 22-52 Selecting the drives to be used
11.We receive a summary of the application resource with the name and user
account as in Figure 22-53. We confirm and click Next.
Figure 22-53 Summary with name and account for the service
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12.We need to include one more service, that is
IBM WebSphere Application
Server V5 - ISC Runtime Service.
We repeat steps 6 to 11 changing the
service name.
13.We need two more resources for this group: IP and a Name. So in
Figure 22-54 we choose Configure Other Components and then click Next.
Figure 22-54 Choosing additional components
14.In Figure 22-55 we choose to create Network Component (IP address) and
Lanman Component (Name) and click Next.
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Figure 22-55 Choosing other components for IP address and Name
15.In Figure 22-56 we specify the name of the Tivoli Storage Manager server
and the IP address we will use to connect our clients and click Next. We refer
to Table 22-1 for the necessary information.
Figure 22-56 Informing name and ip address
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16.We do not need any other resources to be configured. We choose Configure
application dependency and create service group in Figure 22-57 and
click Next.
Figure 22-57 Completing the application options
17.We review the information presented in the summary in Figure 22-58.
Figure 22-58 Service Group Summary
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18.For a clearer information of the resources, we use the F2 key and change the
name of the services, disk and mount resources so that they reflect their
actual names, as shown in Figure 22-59.
Figure 22-59 Changing the names of the resources
19.We confirm we want to create the service group clicking Yes in Figure 22-60.
Figure 22-60 Confirming the creation of the service group
20.The process begins now as shown in Figure 22-61.

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