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Advance Scheduling Error

I am trying to setup a new job and when I click on "Edit Schedule" to setup a reoccuring schedule, I get an "External Component has thrown an exception" error.  I have tried registering the calendaring feature recommended by symantec but it did not fix the problem.
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honmapogCommented:
Is this what Symantec asked you to do:          regsvr32 pvcalendar.ocx        from the program files\symantec\Backup Exec directory?
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USDAARSCSRL-ITAuthor Commented:
Yes this is what Symantec instructed me to do.
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honmapogCommented:
That's unfortunate. It has helped me out on both occasions where I've seen this problem.

Try repairing .NET Framework 2.0 if you've not done that already.
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USDAARSCSRL-ITAuthor Commented:
Are you using Server 2008?
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honmapogCommented:
No, the occurences I've seen were on Windows 2003.
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USDAARSCSRL-ITAuthor Commented:
After I registered the pvc calendar I couldn't get it work.  I then reinstalled the backup exec and everything worked great.  I recommend that you perform the regsvr32 pvcalendar.ocx command before you install backup exec on server 2008.
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