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Cannot see selections with Backup Exec on Windows 2008.

Posted on 2009-05-19
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The computer is a domain controller and when I go to the selection page there are no resouces.  This is the second instance of Backup Exec 12.5 on a 2008 DC in the domain.  I was able to fix this the first time by giving the service account "log on as a batch file" in the default domain controllers policy but obviously this is already done.
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by:Darius Ghassem
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Have you installed the Remote Agent on the server? Make sure you are giving the Backup Wizard Backup Operators rights or Admin rights. Also, the User you are using needs to be able to logon as a service.
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The remote agent is installed.  The service acccount has log on as service rights and is a domain administrator.  The user I am  logged on under also is a domain administrtor.
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Can you post a screen shot?
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Sure.  See attached doc.
Backup-Exec.doc
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It ended up being an issue with the default logon account.
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