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Unable to add Continuous managment service when installing Symantech Backup Exec11d

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I am installing Symantec Backup Exec" Continuous Protection Server 11d on windows2008 server. I want to add Continuous managment service, it is showing in the local feature list,
but unable to add this feature.
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That is because CPS 11D is not compatible with W2K8. Go for the latest version of BEWS

Symantec Backup Exec 11d Continuous Protection Server - Software Compatibility  List (SCL)
http://support.veritas.com/docs/285788 

 Operating System Platform OS Version Notes  Microsoft Windows X86/X64 Microsoft Windows Server 2003 family (including R2) (excluding Data Center)  with Service Pack 1 or Service Pack 2
  Microsoft Windows X86/X64 Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Small Business Server with Service Pack 1,  R2, or Service Pack 2
  Microsoft Windows X86/X64 Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2003 with Service Pack 1, R2 or Service  Pack 2
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