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how do i enter the small bussiness backup program and a sbs 2003 server

Posted on 2011-02-25
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so my customer finally bought symantec backup exec 2010 in which I am now a certified administrator of now.
I passed the test with a 98 percent.
so now I need to know how to stop the sbs back up program. it loks like the previous admin was just using sbs backup. so where do I find the program and second how do i dissable it
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You can open the Windows backup utility and disable the scheduled job from there.
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You might also need to look in the task scheduler.
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I did that and also i went into Server Manager -> under the main screen of server managment I clicked on backup and from there i was able to disable the backup also
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