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Backup Exec 2010 Credentials Issue

Posted on 2010-11-08
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So I just upgraded a Server 2003 DC to Server 2008, installed Backup Exec 2010.

I have logged in as Administrator on the domain and used that account for Backupexec 2010. But now I cannot browse the selections. Nothing shows up. If I use the old job I get this error "Ensure that your log on credentials are properly entered.

I made sure that Administrator is part of the Backup operators group.

Any other ideas
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Question by:polizei11
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by:jramsier
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Ensure the login and password you provided can login to the new DC.  If not then you need to fix that.  It sounds like you have the wrong login info to backup the server, but that is just the start.
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Turns out it was that the account i was using was not in the "use job as batch" in the group policy. Added it there and then it worked. Thanks for the comment
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by:polizei11
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Found answer on another BB and posted as comment
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