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Authentication Error During Backup Recovery

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Scenario:
Server A and server B.  Both have Backup Exec 9.1 and SQL Server 2000.  A SQL database was backuped in server A using Backup Exec, and a restore was attempted to server B.  The account selected for restore has sys admin and database admin privilege in both servers.

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Why do I get an authentication error, in server A, during restore using redirect to server B?
Error: a000fe29 - Authentication failed on connection to the server.

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