How to tell if you Have backupexec SQL Agent installed


I know this is an easy question...How can I tell if the Backup exec SQL agent is installed on a sql server?  I have checked to see they have a license which they do, but checked add/remove programs on ther server and did not see the sql agent installed.  

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If it's not in Add/Remove programs it's not installed.
bjenningsAuthor Commented:
I thought that too, but when you go into the file selection for a job you see "Microsoft SQL Server - "TEST" and I am able to change specific settings for Microsoft SQL.  There is a backup exec remote agent installed on the server, but I thought that is for backing up regular files.  
bjenningsAuthor Commented:
I called Symantec and they walked me through checking to see if SQL agent is installed.  It shows up at symantec backup exec remote agent.

Thanks for you help

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