Hello. We are currently running Symantec Backup Exec 10d on a Windows 2003 R2 Server within a Novell network (Netware 6.5) and are having a few problems. Below are the errors that are in the backup logs every morning when I view them:
Backup- Shadow?Copy?Components Shadow?Copy?ComponentsV-79-57344-65245 - A failure occurred accessing the object list.
Begin Novell SMS errors:
TSAFSGW.NLM(TSAFS.NLM 6.51.5 314) All resource names are already scanned, or none were found.
End Novell SMS errors.
I know there was supposedly a fix for the shadow copy with Service Pack 1 for Windows 2003 Server and the server is update to date with service pack 2 and the error still exists So, I am hoping someone else might know the fix for this problem. Thanks!
Are you sure the shadow copy it's referring to is Windows' Volume Shadow Copy?
Is the NetWare box that holds the GroupWise database using the NSS shadow copy feature in conjunction with the TSAFS GroupWise
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