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Event ID: 8010 Source: NTBackup
Microsoft Exchange services returned <error description>.
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As per Microsoft: "The end point mapper for the remote procedure call connection to the remote server was not validated. The Information Store might also be corrupted". See ME156715 and MSW2KDB for additional information about this event.
Error: 'Access is denied. ' from a call to 'BackupOpen()' additional data '\\<UNC>\exchsrvr\DSADATA\\edb00007.log' - From a newsgroup post: "Be sure you have your Exchange service account as the account to backup with when backing up the Exchange information stores."
- Error: 'The specified network name is no longer available. ' from a call to 'BackupRead()' additional data ' - ' no info
- Error: <error> from a call to '<command>' additional data 'MSExchangeDS' - See ME237739, ME245211, ME261160 and ME291996 for more details.
- Error: <error> from a call to '<command>' additional data 'Private Information Store (<server name>)' - See the link to "Veritas Support Document ID: 236424".
Error: 'Unable to perform an incremental backup because a required Microsoft Exchange database log file could not be found from a call to BackupPrepare - A bug in Exchange 5.5. See ME245211.
Error: <error> from a call to '<command>' additional data 'MSExchangeDS' - As per Microsoft: NTBackup tries to stop the Exchange Directory service rather than taking it off-line through the Cluster service. Before running NTBackup, use Cluster Administrator to take the Exchange directory or information store off-line. After these services have been taken off-line, you can start NTBackup and proceed with the on-line restore as usual.
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|Links: ME156715, ME237739, ME245211, ME245664, ME261160, ME291996, Veritas Support Document ID: 236424, MSW2KDB|
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