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Arcserve r11.1 Attach job log option not remembered

Posted on 2006-11-22
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Hi there,

I have a strange problem with Arcserve and I was wondering if you have solved this problem before
Win2003
R11.1 build (2670)

If you click on job/modify/options button/Alert tab there is a check box which says "Attach job log"
When I check this box a tick appears telling me that I have selected this option.
I then save the job with the correct username and password.

What is happening is the log is not being attached to the alerter email (which I do get). When I go back to check the option I just selected, it’s unchecked!
I re do the procedure and the same thing happens. (I have rebooted before you ask)

Thanks
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I don't keep track of build numbers but just in case here is the latest update.
QO76717 104.0 MB 02/22/06 NT -BAB R11.1 WINDOWS - SP 2
http://supportconnectw.ca.com/public/storage/downloads/nt/111/basb111-patchmenu.asp

Take a look in the Job Status window at the Job Details to see if it is listed there, it will be at the bottom.

If not modify the job go to Options, Alert. In the middle it will list Event, Methods, & Attachment. Under Attachment it should say Job Log. If not select that Event, click Attach Job Log, click Modify, click OK, and then resubmit the job.
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That’s exactly what I needed to do Thank you very much
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