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Job List disappeared in Backup Exec 9.1

Posted on 2004-08-30
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This is an odd one. My jobs list disappeared! The jobs are still running, but I can't see them in the job monitor. The history shows everything working correctly. My media is fine. I can't figure this one out. Help!
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Question by:originsone
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by:originsone
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Oh and yes, both show active jobs and show scheduled jobs are checked.
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by:jdeclue
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Try going to a CMD prompt (Start - Run "CMD"), and type "AT", at the prompt, let me know if you see the jobs listed.

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by:jdeclue
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Opps... I read the question but not the title... forget that, sorry for the bad post.

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by:originsone
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Yes, this is for Backup Exec 9.1. Sorry.
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jdeclue earned 500 total points
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Ok here are some links for you....

Most common reason jobs are not displayed in 9.1:

http://seer.support.veritas.com/docs/269622.htm

THis doesn't say 9.1 but if it the solution above doesn't help this one might:

http://seer.support.veritas.com/docs/235306.htm

This one is for 9.1:

http://seer.support.veritas.com/docs/253199.htm

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by:originsone
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I will try the last one and get back with you. Thanks.
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by:originsone
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Nothing helped. I will award points for the effort. Thanks. The jobs are still running. I just can't change them. Not a big deal right now.
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