Data Protection Manager 2012 and Exchange 2013

I'm using DPM onsite at a school.  The school has Exchange 2013 as well.  I have DPM backing up the info store on my exchange server.  When I look at the results, I see that the "recovery point creation failed" but I also see a last restore point of today and 5 iterations for my last discovery point.  So, it appears my info store is being backed up, but I'm not sure since I have the error of recovery point creation failed.

Ideas on how to resolve this?

Thanks.

Cliff
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Adam FarageEnterprise ArchCommented:
Can you post the logs for this? That would be most helpful to resolve this..
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crp0499CEOAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

I discovered that I had circular logging turned on and the DPM fails when circular logging is on.  Once turned off, DPM works great.

As no one else offered a solution, I thought deleting the question was best.
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crp0499CEOAuthor Commented:
Actually, never mind deleting the question.  Adam's suggestion to post the logs is what motivated me to look at the logs in greater detail and it was in the logs that I noticed that with circular logging turned on, DPM would fail.
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