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Veritas Backup Exec 9.1 - Exchange 2000.. remote agent - I see Mailboxes/public folders.. but not storage group

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I have two servers, both running backup exec 9.1.  Server A is a 2000 machine with exchange 2000. Server B is a 2003 machine used as a backup server. Each server is on its on /24

When I add the one server as a user defined selection (server A) I get everything I need,.. mailboxes, public folders, C: drive, shares, system slate.. everything.. except the storage group...

IN order to do a good backup, I require the full storage group in addition to the individual databases.  Is there any reason why this might not be shown?  Any suggestions?

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You need the updated Exchange Agent key from Veritas. They changed the licensing for version 9.x
Call Veritas customer services (not support) and get the updated key.

Simon.
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