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No selection list available in backup exec 2010 R2

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Hi,
I have exchange 2010 installed in windows 2008 machine and I have windows 2003 R2 machine and I installed backup exec 2010 R2. I installed all prerequisite required. But when I try to do some backups, it is not allowing me to select any folder or IS. I am not able to browse it self. Attached is the screen shot.

What might be the issue.

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pls find attached screen shot backup exec
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Ensure that the backup exec service account has access to the resources
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