Backupexec 2010 R3

Posted on 2011-10-06
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I need to schedule a differant job on backu pexec 2010 R3 Symantec. The job needs to have a differant service account setup on it. Basically, I need to know how to use two service accounts for differant jobs. For instance 1 job uses service account 1 for 3 servers that get backup. The other job uses service account 2 for 4 servers that were selected in that job. Please provide step by step instructions.

Question by:pauledwardian
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    Are you sure you need different service accounts?  Or is it that you just require a different account for authentication to backup the different servers?

    On the Job Setup tab, find the backup job and choose Properties.
    Then click on the Resource Credentials area (left side) menu.  You can set a different account for each server.

    If you need to make a new backup job then you can edit the Resource Credentials in the new job.


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