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I have backup exec 2010 R2 and I am trying to backup my VM's which are server 2003, under the VMware vCenter and ESX servers in backup exec
I am getting the following error when trying to backup any server under the "vcenter" see attached
Completed status: Failed
Final error: 0xe00095a7 - The operation failed because the virtual center or ESX server reported that the virtual machine's configuration is invalid.
Final error category: Resource Errors
For additional information regarding this error refer to link V-79-57344-38311

I am licensed for VM backups
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Was this an upgrade to backup exec 2010r2 or a new install?
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upgrade from 2010 tp 2010R2
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try to recreate the selection list and ensure that you're using an account that has access to vcenter for resource credentials.
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Just out of curiosity, do your VMs have iSCSI disks attached via MS iSCSI initiator?  This is a known issue with Symantec.  

http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH69225

If this isn't the problem, double check the logon account you are using in Symantec to connect to vCenter, make sure it has admin privilege and log on as a service and log on as a batch job privileges..
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