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We use Arserve 6.5 Enterprise Edition for NT 4.0. Every day i see errors in the activity log: Arcserve can't find files (mostly in userdirectories). Obviously those files aren't there anymore but how do i tell Arcserve that? Secondly, Arcserve also gives errors when backing up the registry (p.e. skip file). These are only informational messages, but can i get them solved?
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Well, ArcServe has a lit of files stored which it archives. So once you created a backup job, it will always want to backup these files. New files are not backed up, and files that are deleted yield such messages. The only thing to do is to redo the backup job everytime before execution.

What exactly is the registry error? Only with a certain key, or the whole registry?

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the most important error messages are:
N3965 skip file - registry file (FILE=C:\WINNT\Profiles\Beheerder\NTUSER.DAT;
N3965 skip file - registry file (FILE=C:\WINNT\System32\config\default or SAM;
N3936 skip file - event log (C:\WINNT\system32\config\appevent.evt).
There are more messages, but they all are like these above.
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I will look into this and you will hear from me next week...
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