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Event ID: 57409 Source: BackupExecAgentBrowser

The Agent Browser's AppleTalk module could not start because AppleTalk could not be reached. Ensure that the AppleTalk protocol has been installed if you want support for Macintosh Agents.
This error started appearing after I removed the AppleTalk protocol. The Veritas support article Veritas Document ID: 252088 does not give much info but here I found a way to fix the problem if you do not need the AppleTalk protocol. Open up Backup Exec go to Tools -> Options go to the AppleTalk tab. The option for "Enable agents using AppleTalk protocol" will probably be checked, but grayed out. If so, cancel out exit the Backup Exec program. Reinstall the AppleTalk protocol on your network card. Once done open Backup Exec again. Go to Tools -> Options and then go to the AppleTalk tab. Now the option should show as unchecked (and probably still grayed out). Close and exit Backup Exec again. Uninstall the AppleTalk protocol on your network card and the option should hold in Backup Exec thus stopping the error.

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