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What is the name of the Archive Appliance UDO media format?
The Archive Appliance writes to UDO media using SSMDF.
What is SSMDF?
SSMDF (Storage Space Manager Data Format) is the format used by the Archive Appliance to write to UDO media.
How secure is the SSMDF data file format?
This article provides information about the security of SSMDF.
How does the AA appear to an application?
How does the AA appear to an application?
How is SSM written UDO media read by a desktop UDO drive not managed by AA?
How is SSM written UDO media read by a desktop UDO drive not managed by AA?
Is it possible for a customer to customize or configure the Archive Appliance system?
Customization and user configuration is not supported by the 2.x Web UI (user interface). However, special customization and configuration of the system can be done over the CLI (command line interface) on systems running the 2.x Web UI.   The 4.x (and higher) Web UI allows the customer to customize and configure the AA functions and operations to suit their environment. However, there are a few specific settings that can only be configured via the command line interface.
Does the AA utilize standard Samba & NFS builds and allow all possible configuration options available in the build version?
Does the AA utilize standard Samba & NFS builds and allow all possible configuration options available in the build version?
That implies, for now, I could feed AA with CWO media cartridges and they will be treated as WORM, except that they have poor media utilization when it comes to small files.
That implies, for now, I could feed AA with CWO media cartridges and they will be treated as WORM, except that they have poor media utilization when it comes to small files.
If CWO media is used now, and the AA box software is upgraded to a new revision that support shredding, would the user be able to shred media that were written before shredding is supported?
If CWO media is used now, and the AA box software is upgraded to a new revision that support shredding, would the user be able to shred media that were written before shredding is supported?

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