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Any idea how to change the catalog from C: to D: drive ? I have already changed it to D: under Options setting in Backup Exec 2012. However, the catalog is still written in C: drive. Do I miss anything ?

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I think this will help:

There is a technote on how to do the move a:

How to move the catalogs in Backup Exec for Windows Servers 11d and above to a different drive.

http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH29603




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