At times, your system may display an error indicating that Backup Exec has denied access to the first storage group. There can be several reasons for this problem.
If you are using 11D, you don’t need it for mailbox-level backups as it has a new feature to back up only the entire information store, and then it can animate files, individual items.
I already got the above error and didn’t say that the best way to protect access to the information store is to use domain administrator registration to perform the backup.
Right now I only use the general user password for the mailbox “WITHOUT administrator rights” and help you with the backup, now it works better.
To allHi Server 2008 R2, Backup Exec 2010 R3.
All backups work well, many of them work to help the team with a connected Backup Exec agent to keep them running smoothly.
We have another one, Iomega NAS, which is used for media storage. It was backed up successfully, although there were fewer agents. This will complete the task, and the completion email (and log) will simply remind you that the device has not been harmed by the agent.
From now on, the backup for this device will undoubtedly fail with an “Access Denied” error. Domain admins have full rights to all Shares folders on your device (I am part of the domain and corporation management groups). I even restored the backup company, my background credentials, and gave a fresh job to my credentials.
It goes through the entire service, then validation, and then fails at the end of access due to a rejected error. Wouldn’t that be done in a backup workplace that is not normally audited?
When i testcertificates – whichever one I test for this job, I write “A communication error has occurred.”
Are there any Exec backup advisors here? I raised one issue with Symantec, but we bought this particular software through DonorTec (you donate software that you donate to charity), not through your traditional vendor or Symantec itself.
I am working on restoring backups from BE 9.0 to Exchange 2003 Ent. The main problem I faced was that I was denied access. I’ve spent LOTS of hours browsing websites, Symantec MS support, support, etc. such a problem.
Use Event Viewer to view the burst of the event log.
I walked around the entire exhibition, and the minutes, as they admit, practically coincide.
BE generates 122 bytes of data, about 3 free minutes to recover, and a corresponding rest period forhe sits there and does nothing. I think your data will be written to the Temp catalog.
What is the default account for Backup Exec services?
1. An account for logging into Backup Exec services. By default, this notification is the account that was specified during installation and assigned to all specific BE services, except for the Backup Exec error logging service. And this particular Remote Backup Exec agent that will use the Windows service to find the system. which usually runs as a local system account.
I created iSCSI which has enough space for recovery (question: to disk). Exchange files are D: an, and some Exchange installations are located at C:. I administratively shared F, giving everyone FULL control over the shared folder, and the restore is currently writing the folder to help Q: / Program Files / Recovery Storage Group. It seems to hang on the right.
I messed it up with a 2005 backup at first, but in the process of troubleshooting, I tried to run our last copy from last Tuesday with the same result.
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