Having problems with BE11d? If you want to downgrade from 11d to 10d, this guide is for you.
If you change the password of the account you use to backup your machines (such as the domain administrator), then you also need to change the password in Backup Exec.
Depending upon various factors, you might find that your catalogs folder grows very large. It's not unusual for it to grow to several gigabytes. Before reading on, you may wish to read What are catalogs?
If you’re looking at this section, you might be faced with a problem that you don’t feel can be solved by Backup Exec. In that case, you might like to look at some of the alternatives:
A common problem topic with Backup Exec 10 is Microsoft SQL 2005 compatability. There are two areas where databases come into contact with Backup Exec.
If you're unlucky enough to be in a country affected by the changes to DST changes (still with me?), you need to apply a Hotfix to Backup Exec 11 to prevent possibly missing a job.
Servers running DFS and Windows 2003 R2 experience very slow backups, and sometimes no backups at all.
Backups always seem to take too long. There are several things you can check or change to speed up your backup. This article will deal with general checks you can make.
The "Installed Updates" feature (and the link to Veritas Update) doesn't always show the latest updates available. For example, if you have Service Pack 2, and Service Pack 3 has been released, update may not show that as an option.
Deploying the v9 agent through Group Policy is easy, v10 & v11d isn't.