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Backup Exec 2010 R2 - Not showing anything under resource list under selection

I have issue with backup exec 2010 R2. When i try to edit any job it does not showing anything under selection > resource list.

please help

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sarasotamacIT ManagerCommented:
Hum, I would try restarting the BU Exec services to start. After hopefully you see the selections. Hopefully it's that simple!

If not post back.
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shahzoorCommented:
Add the Administrator Account in the Backup Exec console.

http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH82969

Go to tools-->Backup Exec Services-->Add...and Add the Administrator account and make it as Default...restart all the services...


Reference
http://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/no-resources-browseselect
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tech2010Author Commented:
I have already try restarting BE services and server couple of time, BE service account is part of domain admin group. Also my backup exec server is domain controller as well.
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tech2010Author Commented:
any idea?
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tech2010Author Commented:
The above solutions still did not fix my issue. I can't see any local or remote resources under selection when I try to modify the job.
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tech2010Author Commented:
I resolved this by re-applying system logon account password which is BE service account and domain admin and set as default under Network > Logon Accounts
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