CA Arcserve 15 backing up remote servers

Hi There

I have installed the Arcserve 15 Agent on a server2008 server which will be acting as my backup server, I would then like to back up another 2 seperate physical servers from this software. I have installed the client agent on the 2 servers, but when i open the CA manager software and go to the selections, and select the other server I want to back up, it only shows me the shared folders, I cant actually select the system state, and the other options I would get as if i was backing up the local server.

Please advise if there is something else I will need to change.
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johnwilemanAuthor Commented:
For users that have this same problem, do not backup via the "network option" as you would in Backup exec - Rather go to "windows systems" right click and ADD SERVER - Type in server name or Ip address - This should bring up the selections as you need.

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