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HI,

We have installed the Veritas Backup Exec12.5d, We are taking backup day today basis and getting reports from the veritas as it is already predifined,. I need to know how can i take a report from the media to know what are the file or folders has been backedup.

Can anyone sugg how i can do this.

Regards,
sk
HI, 
 

We have installed the Veritas Backup Exec12.5d, We are taking backup day today basis and getting reports from the veritas as it is already predifined,. I need to know how can i take a report from the media to know what are the file or folders has been backedup. 
 

Can anyone sugg how i can do this.
 

Regards,

sk

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Click on Job Monitor > then under Job history section click on the JOB you want the details for ; it will show you a new window which will have two tabs : Job Log and Job history ;
The information displayed here depends on what you have selected under Tools > Options > Job Logs
You can then select whether you want information on directories and files processed or not.
One thing to note here is that if your backup job is a big on (around a terabyte (TB) then sometimes it won't display it in html/xml rather txt.
So first check : Tools > Options > Job Logs > and see what option is there
If you already have "summary information, directories and files processed" then you would be able to see that when you would double click the job name under job monitor > job history section.
Or
You can right click on the media you are backing up (even if it is not inserted) and the select restore and it will show you what has been backed up.
Hope this helps
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you are particially rite, but i looked an option to pull the directory level report, however the content you addressed much better compare to nothing.
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