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Import Media Into Backup Exec 2010

Posted on 2013-01-03
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Hello,

I've reinstalled Backup Exec 2010 on a new server. The previous server crashed, along with the database. I did not have a backup of the database. Shame on me!

I need to import media from a remote backup to disk folder into the new device pool on the new hardware. I have no idea how to proceed. What I've tried so far has been an utter failure.

If any of you Backup Exec Gurus could lend a helping hand, I'd be grateful. Thanks.
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You should just be able to create a new B2D folder and perform an inventory\catalog. If you have tried that, and it did not work, try this KB as if the folder was moved.

http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH159396
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