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Can't find any information on this one. Any help would be great! Also, services are running, tapes are in. Seconds before the failure, in event vwr this event happened:

Backup Exec Alert: Media Remove
(Server: "ALUMNIVCENTER") (Job: "Full Backup - Friday") Please remove the media from the drive, and Respond OK. Event ID: 58063 I don't know if this is related.

Here is the failure:

Backup- \\"server".local\System?StateV-79-57344-65247 - A failure occurred reading an object.

Then there are about 100 of these after the error:

File \bcd4f87b.10000.3489 was not found, or could not be accessed.

File \bcd4f87b.10000.348a was not found, or could not be accessed.

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When I look at the job history there are these issues.

Set type               : BackupSet status             : CompletedSet description        : Full Backup - Friday
Resource name          : \\alumnits1.alumni.local\System?StateLogon account          : System Logon AccountEncryption used        : None
Error                  : e00084f8 - The network connection to the Backup Exec Remote Agent has been lost. Check for network errors.

Agent used                     : YesAdvanced Open File Option used : Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS)
 
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Job name            : Full Backup - FridayJob type            : BackupJob status          : FailedJob log             : C:\Program Files\Symantec\Backup Exec\Data\BEX_ALUMNIVCENTER_00956.xmlServer name         : ALUMNIVCENTERSelection list name : All Servers
Device name         : HP 0001Target name         : HP 0001Media set name      : NDSU Alumni
All Media UsedLTO000047
Error category    : Resource ErrorsError             : e000fedf - A failure occurred reading an object.
For additional information regarding this error refer to link V-79-57344-65247
One or more Microsoft Exchange databases were backed up but the Symantec Backup Exec Active Directory Recovery Agent is not installed. Symantec recommends that you install and use the Active Directory Recovery Agent to better manage your Microsoft Exchange data.
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please reboot your backup exec medi server.

then from te selection lists, run the credentails check.

perhaps the account is locked out or something!
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Well after further investigation I found that one of the servers had been restarted, and the RDP application completely reinstalled, so this might be a possible problem. Also the restart occurred around the same time the job failed, and it's the server mentioned in the error. So I think that's what it was. If the problem is there tomorrow I will try restarting the media server, and running a credentials check but I don't think that's what the issue is.
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It wasn't the issue but thanks for the advice. A server reboot is not always possible when needed but I will take this into consideration next time the issue arises. Thanks!
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