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I have just installed Symantec Backup Exec 2010 R2 on my Cluster Servers. I cannot see my Clusted drive in BE.  Symantec has a fix but just to be sure of myself I need step by step instructions, if possible.

Symantec Fix:
Cluster drives are not seen as a backup source after upgrading to Backup Exec 2010
Article: TECH129186 | Created: 2010-01-26 | Updated: 2010-08-31
                        
1. Open the Cluster Management Utility
2. Within the Cluster Group configuration of the group that contains the drive(s) that are not seen, create a network name and IP address resource

Attached I put up an image of my Cluster if that help.

Thanks,
Butch Cluster
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Got it done, thanks for the help.  ...Butch
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