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Cannot View the Backup Wizard Page because I don't have correct permissions to view this page.

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This is the Message I get on my Small Business Server when I go to the backup Wizard.  The backups are running I just cant see any details.  I am running Small Business Server 2003 R1.
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That was fast, thanks a lot it worked like a charm.
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