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I have been manually running the reports since my original post. This problem has me a bit baffled so I figured I would try bac,up out to the community here. Shawn Gradwell 68 symantec backup exec 12.5 administrator guide 2 The ‘Microsoft Exchange Database Availability Group’ option is greyed out exfc if I select the server under a new backup job I can expand the ‘Microsoft Information Store’ option and see the mail database name but showing 0Kb.

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Experts Exchange Solution brought to you by. The user used bsckup Backup Exec to do the backup job – in my case a user called backupexec – had to be placed explicitly as a local admin on the Exchange box, regardless of the fact that it had Domain Admin rights which in my case automatically made this user a symantec backup exec 12.5 administrator guide administrator on the Exchange box.

Get started today Stand Out as the employee with proven skills. I have manually changed the Reports section within the options to use PDF as the primary display format.

Experts Exchange Solution brought to you by Enjoy your complimentary solution view. Server Fault works best with JavaScript enabled. Update the selection list and run the job again. To support granular restore, the remote agent must also be installed on all CAS servers in the site.

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The user’s credentials also tested successfully in the new backup job dialogue box. Get the help and guidance you need from admibistrator professionals who care. Is there something else Symantec backup exec 12.5 administrator guide need to be backing up? The problem I am experiencing is that the scheduled report that runs is currently sending the report as an attachment in.

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The default setting is HTML. You stated you have the license and it is installed.

Unfortunate that this cannot be automated. All the other pre-requisites were also followed and the user also had the Exchange Organization Management role. The PDF option is only when printing the report.

Backup Exec Scheduled Reports issue

Rodney Barnhardt Server Administrator Commented: Your service account must be a member of the following Active Directory groups.

I assumed this question had been abandoned. I have the correct license for the Exchange agent – installed on the media server, and I installed Exchange Management tools on the media server.

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When I try to back it up it gives an error displaying: I wear a lot of hats That as far as I know is what you want backed up. I would be just as fine creating a script to copy those reports out of that directory and into another location on a periodic basis but of course the reports it has been generating when scheduled are of.

Backup Exec 12.5 Scheduled Reports issue

Ben you were the closest, I got it working thanks to help from Gautam Khadse at Symantec. Added the backup symantrc explicitly to the local admins group on the Exchange server. Facing a tech roadblock?

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