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B10.6.R Removable Media Drives - Future Requirements
B10.7 Tape Drives
All general requirements in B1.0 are included by reference. All bus-specific requirements in B2.0 are included by reference. All general storage requirements in B10.1 are included by reference. All ATA/ATAPI device-specific requirements in B10.2 are included by reference. All SCSI device-specific requirements in B10.3 are included by reference.
B10.7.1 Tape Drives - Windows Compatibility
B10.7.2 Tape Drives - Industry Standards
B10.7.2.1 Tape-related standards
B10.7.2.1.1 Cartridge drives: QIC 157 Revision D, "Common SCSI/ATAPI Command Set For Streaming Tape"
B10.7.2.1.2 ATA tape drive complies with packet passing protocol in ATA/ATAPI-5 (or later).
B10.7.2.1.3 SCSI tape drive complies with SCSI tape command set SCSI-3 (or later) Stream Commands (SSC), INCITS.335:2000.
B10.7.2.2 - See B10.1.2
B10.7.3 Tape Drives - Quality
B10.7.3.1 - See B10.7.3.2
B10.7.3.2 Pass WHQL tests - See B1.3, B10.1.4.7.
See “Tape Drive” in the HCT documentation.
B10.7.4 Tape Drives - Windows Experience
B10.7.4.1 To tolerate Ultra DMA, ATAPI devices support the termination scheme defined in ATA/ATAPI-5 (or later)
B10.7.4.2 Windows Server 2003: Driver integrates with Removable Storage Manager
For a backup device designed for Windows Server 2003, the manufacturer must provide a Windows driver that integrates with Removable Storage Manager (RSM), formerly Windows NT Media Services. This ensures that applications which are RSM-aware (such as the native Windows backup and hierarchical storage management applications) will be properly able to utilize the backup device.
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