Veritas resource error in backup of Job Log

Using Backup Exec V11.1   All including Brick level mailboxes is backing up fine.

The problem:  When the program tries to back up the Job log (BEX00021.xml) in fails with Resource error - a000fe09 hex - the directory is invalid.

Now the directory is valid and based on the path in the job history, is there.  While it does have system and admin full control rights, I went ahead and added Backup operator full control as well.

Has anyone ever ran into this and/or is there anything else to check on to fix this.  
Rickster06Asked:
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steve_longCommented:
Veritas has very good tech support for their products.  I have called them and they are very good.  I reccomend you call them as they can probably resolve in a matter of minutes.
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