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How to make Veritas 9.1 auto rewrite media

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I have Veritas 9.1 connected to a utrium 1 taqpe drive. How can I set it so Veritas will automaticlly overwrite with out promting me to ensure that it is ok? This is a hassle and I have to log in everyday and click that it is ok to overwrite media. Thanks.
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Gotcha.  Here's what you need to do....
- Open up Backup Exec
- Go to TOOLS > OPTIONS
- Under the 'Settings' heading choose 'Media Management'
- Within the 'Media Overwrite Protection Level' area click the radio button for 'None' to never have Backup Exec prompt you to overwrite media.
- Click OK and close out of Backup Exec

That should do it!

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thanks for the quick answer.
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Glad to help! :)
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