Symantec Backup Exec Services Fail to Start

Posted on 2012-08-22
Last Modified: 2013-09-01

I have a SBS 2011 server running Symantec backup Exec (latest version). It uses removeable cartridges to backup.

Everything works fine except after rebooting the server some of the Backup Exec services fail to start.

Any ideas why?
Question by:JayHine
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    Expert Comment

    See if this article relates to your problem. Could be permission problems.


    Accepted Solution

    I am currently waiting for the client to reboot the server to see if setting the offending serives to "delayed Automatic" makes a difference. There are no errors in the Event Viewer and they start as soon as you do it manually.

    Will let you know what happens.

    Author Comment

    delayed start worked

    Author Closing Comment

    I set it to delayed start and it solved the problem

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