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AecServ 12.5 will not expand the sessions during restore

Posted on 2014-01-16
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Hi All,

I'm trying to restore data from 2009 backups. After running inventgory on the tapes, Arcserve displays the dates on the all used slots.

However, the sessions will not expand even after I select all from the drop list.

Any help provided will be highly appreciated

Regards
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Are you logged in as a domain administrator, or at least a member of the Backup Operators group in Active Directory?

How are you trying to restore - by session, tree, query, media?  What i mean is, what steps are you taking to get to the point where you can try to expand the selection.
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The user was not part of the local admin group
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