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Backup Exec does not list media label in the backup log

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Backup Exec does not list media label in the backup log. I am worried because it is not directly managed by me but I do review the reports and backup logs, so I need to verify that there was different media in the server today than there was yesterday. Also the backup is set to over write which makes things worse, but that is neither here nor there. I simply could not find a check box or a setting to display or not display the media label in the backup log. Long story short I need to ensure that the media label is added to the log.

I am running Backup Exec 9.1 and Server 2003.

Thanks in advance,
-Joe
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Are you using a Tape Library or a stand-alone Tape Drive?
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I answered my own question. I was viewing the summary not the logs.
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