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I need to find this backup agent to load onto this server.
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Backup Agent for...? Backup Exec? NetBackup?
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we are not running itanium based....we are running ver 10.1 rev 5629
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This is the hotfix...where is the original installation for the 64 bit windows 2003 r2???
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Thanks very much!!!!
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I just had to resort to thsi article since I had to reinstall my backupserver this week, haha
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