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Do I need to backup MSSQL$BackupExec and MSSQL$BackupExecDLO?

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Do I need to backup MSSQL$BackupExec and MSSQL$BackupExecDLO?
I am backing up my other SQL databases with scripts run on Windows Scheduler, but don't know if I need to back up these Backup Exec SQL databases.
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You Don't need to back these up.
In the event of a server failure you would re-install these via the Backup exec disks. :-)

Also,in your selections, if you see a folder called "Backup Exec AOFO Store" on the C:\ drive un-tick it - It can cause the backup to fail because its locked (It's also reinstalled using CD's)
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Thanks, that is what I thought.
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