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  1. Hello, After upgrading to 7.7 when I'm trying to transfer Backup Set to tape i get the following error: Assertion failure at "elem.cpp-1084" part of log: OS: Windows Server 2003 version 5.2 (build 3790), Service Pack 2, (64 bit) Application: C:\Program Files\Retrospect\Retrospect 7.7\Retrospect.exe, version 7.7.325 Driver Update and Hot Fix version 7.7.3.102 (64-bit) Exception occurred on 8/12/2010 at 9:58:47 AM Error info: Assertion failure at "elem.cpp-1084" Exception code: E0000000 ASSERTION Fault address: 77D4DD50 0001:0000CD50 kernel32.dll Thread ID: 00000614, Name: Immediate execution thread RAX:000000000F7F7C78 CS:0033 RIP:0000000077D4DD50 EFlags:00000202 RBX:0000000000000000 SS:002B RSP:000000000F7F7C80 RBP: 0000000000000000 RCX:000000000F7F77A0 DS:002B RSI:000000000F7FDFE8 FS: 0053 RDX:00000000000000D0 ES:002B RDI:0000000000000000 GS: 002B
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    Retrospect forgets SQL Server

    Please help! retrospect is still loosing the connection.
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    Retrospect forgets SQL Server

    Updating clients on those servers didn't help.
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    Retrospect forgets SQL Server

    I've purchased 7.7 and still retrospect forgets the same 2 servers. please help!
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    Retrospect forgets SQL Server

    Would the licenses that I have for 7.6 work with 7.7?
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    Retrospect forgets SQL Server

    Hello, I have Retrospect Multi-Server 7.6.123 Driver and Hotfix 7.6.2.201 3 SQL Add-On Licenses and 3 SQL servers (2 2000 & 1 2005) I have a backup happening everyday night that copies DBs & Logs only and every weekend the rest of the server. Every night Retrospect forgets about 2 SQL server instances (randomly 2 out of 3) I get the following error in the log: 1. Script error: no source volumes specified 2. Script "Daily DB1" failed during automatic execution, error -2010 (no source volumes specified). Please launch Retrospect and check the log for details. and the same thing for a second server third one works. When I check the script, I find that the source is not specified. I browse to the server, and find that there is no SQL server found on that machine. If I check properties of that server and click on Volumes tab, retrospect finds SQL server and offers to use existing SQL license. Now SQL is showing for that server. If I run the script manually then, it will work without any errors. How can i fix that? Thank you.
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    Disaster Recovery CD NOT Bootable

    Hi Jeff, thanks for the email. We're using v7.6. We're following the procedure as outlined in the manual and via the Disaster recovery wizard just going through the steps it takes us through. We have a Windows server 2003 bootable CD in the drive to use to create a bootable DR CD but when the CD is created it doesn't have any files that are required to boot up windows ... but it has the i386 folder and all sorts of other drivers. Yes, the CD Drive is set to be tried as the first device to boot from and the message we get is that the CD is not bootable. Thanks Knoa IT
  8. Hello, we're trying to test out the disaster recovery mechanism in Retrospect but when we create the CD as per the instructions, we find that the CD is not bootable. Is there something we're doing wrong? Thanks Knoa IT
  9. Hi all, I'm getting about 60 errors per backup of our Exchange system when the job reaches the Public Folders. Here is an example: T-7,370: TMailboxFind::Init: GetContentsTable failed on folder 'All Public Folders\Information System Services\Installations'., winerr -2147024891, error -1017 This only occurs with the Public Folders - user mailboxes and public mailboxes are fine. Anyone know why this is happening? I made sure the Volume Shadow Copy service is running correctly, and havent' found other errors in the event logs. In addition, I run the client on the Exchange Server with Domain Admin priviledges, and the account is also a member of the Exchange Administrators group and has Owner rights on the root of all folders. Thanks for any help! Michael C.
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