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Backup Exec Exchange and disabled users

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We have BE version 9.1 and Exchange 2003 running on a 2003 server. We often have users that come and go and we disable their login accounts. We don't want to delete them from the AD yet (may need their email) but BE seems to have a problem with these accounts being disabled. It fails the backup because of them. Is there a way around this?
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rindi earned 125 total points
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Remove them from the backup. You should still have them on older backups, and since they are disabled the contents won't change anymore.
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I would also remove them from the IS store backup if your doing it that way.  
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