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backup exec return codes

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i need to know what each error code means in backup exec
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Thx that's great info but not what I'm looking for. Buried somewhere are return codes. 1 is normal 2 is warning 3 is failed and so on. Trying to find out what they all mean.
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Buried somewhere?
I'm afraid I don't know what you mean...sorry...
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will try to find some more info for you when i can.
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to the expert community...my job is requiring much more of me right now, so please keep this open
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