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BE 12.5 says Config.sys is skipped

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A couple weeks a go, we started getting Backup exceptions indicating that the C:\Config.sys file was skipped during the System State backup.  BE12.5 Version info is included in the attached file.  I  am runinng Windows Server 2008 32bit. Anyone have any ideas?
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by:Tony Giangreco
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Yes, I've seen that before. here is a link describing the situation

http://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/backup-exec-125-seems-be-skipping-files-when-aofo-snapshot-used
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by:dparden
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That link does not seem to be related to my issue. I am not doing differential backups.  There is an error message in the backup logs indicating that the file was skipped.  I can find no indication of the reason for the file being skipped other than the fact that it does not exist. From what I have read Windows Server 8 does not have a config.sys file.  So I guess the question would be why is Backup Exec giving an error for skipping a file that does not and should not exist.
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by:Tony Giangreco
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You might not edit it like we did years back, but here is information on it:

http://www.fir3net.com/Windows-2008/windows-2008-system-files.html
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Tony Giangreco earned 500 total points
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Is Be working properly now? I've seen mesages like that before and I've created a dimmy file in place of the mising one with no negative imapct. You can also restore it from a previous backup.
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by:dparden
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I am going to create a dummy file.  It has been going on for a while, so a dummy file should be fine.  Thanks.
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