invalid selection found in back up script

Using SBS 2003.
Set up back up through the back up wizrad to back up over the network.But this fails.
If I clcik on back up now in Servermanagment\Back up the back up does not run.

I Opened the back up utility. manually navigated to C:\program files\Microsoft Small Business server\Backup\Small Business Backup Script.bks loaded the small business back up scipt.
Then I recieve the message
 some invalid selections found in C:\program files\Microsoft Small Business server\Backup\Small Business Backup Script.bks

I have deleted the Small Business Backup Script.bks from  C:\program files\Microsoft Small Business server\Backup\ and ran throught the Back up wizard again. But this did not resolve the issue.


I again Opened the back up utility. manually navigated to C:\program files\Microsoft Small Business server\Backup\Small Business Backup Script.bks loaded the small business back up scipt.
Then I recieve the message
 some invalid selections found in C:\program files\Microsoft Small Business server\Backup\Small Business Backup Script.bks
i click ok then I was able to carry on and back up.Manually

My question is how can I resolve the invalid selections found in the script so that it will work through the schedule set up using the back up wizard in Server Managment.
dsc31Asked:
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mcp_jonConnect With a Mentor Commented:
You must check the Script, and check what are the selections it's making . . .

SBS Server is a "all-in-one" system, and I don't know what is the backup script like, but, it should back everything up, like, Exchange and Isa and AD . . .  maybe you don't have one of it's(SBS) components activated and that why it's hapenning !

Check the script and the included paths on it ( check if those paths really exist )

Best Regards !
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dsc31Author Commented:
Yes you were right in the script it showed that there were no exclusions. But when I used the back up utilitty to open the back up script it showed the tick next to the C: drive was greyed out. even though there were no folders excluded on the drive.
I removed the tick next to the C: drive and then replaced the tick. This time the tick showed as blue.
I saved this as small business backup script.bks
And was able to start a back up through server managment.

Many thanks for your help
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mcp_jonCommented:
No problem !

Thanks for the Points !

Have a nice Weekend !

Best Regards !
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