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ARCserve - Unable to write stream name E3452

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I have recently ran a huge restore job and within the log there is a large number of Unable to write stream name E3452 errors. I have checked a number of random documents that had this error and they seem to have restored fine. Is this something I should be concerned about?

Any advice would be very much appreciated.
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Yeah ive seen that article before thanks

though it doesn't really answer my question
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This has happened with MAC data and was fixed. In your case if it is not MAC data perhaps there are some extended atributes that are not being restored.

In any case make sure ARCserve is current. If you are not sure of the location for updates post your ARCserve version and I'll give the URL to the download page.
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