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I Created job in sql server 2005 for get backup form netbackup

if i run this from command prompt it works fine.
but same command run from sql server agent server (SQL server job) it giving error.

Command used in sql server job step :

exec master.dbo.xp_cmdshell '"\\RWC-VDBK01\C$\Program Files\Veritas\NetBackup\bin\dbbackex"  
-f \\RWC-VDBK01\N$\NetBackup\Admin_NB_Full.bch -p bkup_RWC-VDBK01-DB01_Admin_Full -np'

Error getting
reason: The system cannot find the file specified)

Please any body give proper command to run backup from netbackup by using sql server job.

Thanks
Rafeeque
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The SQL Agent has no network access. You have to change the service account to domain or other named account with access to the share, and that should do.
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