Veritas AOF not working; The item is in use – skipped

Cause: Several files won't be allowed to be backed up; even if AOF is turned on AOF config as:   Solution: Tick & and untick the option from the job    

Veritas: Additional privileges may be required to access resources on the windows computer

Description of the problem: Ensure that your login credentials are correctly entered and that they meet the following minimum requirements to log on to a Windows computer: - The credentials used are a member of the Backup Operators group. - For Windows Vista/2008 and later, the credentials have the Log on as a batch job … Continue reading Veritas: Additional privileges may be required to access resources on the windows computer

Veritas V-79-57344-38727 – Backup Exec was unable to collect the necessary metadata for your virtual machine

Hi; This is a common issue that can be related to writers or either can be related to several problems related to the post Original source: https://www.veritas.com/support/en_US/article.TECH126737     Here's what you can do : 1. Check Exchange Writer backup status is not failed state using on CMD VSSADMIN LIST WRITERS 2.Update Veritas Backup via live … Continue reading Veritas V-79-57344-38727 – Backup Exec was unable to collect the necessary metadata for your virtual machine

Veeam: Unable to allocate processing resources. Error: One or more errors occurred. / Waiting for the next task failed Job has failed unexpectedly

This has a simple solution; Jobs could be stuck in a loop. Ensure you have the last veeam update installed and also at last instance restart Veeam services using the following Powershell Script:     Get-process | where {($_.Name -like "Veeam*")} | stop-process -Force Get-Service | where {($_.Name -like "Veeam*")-and ($_.Status -eq "Running")} | Stop-service … Continue reading Veeam: Unable to allocate processing resources. Error: One or more errors occurred. / Waiting for the next task failed Job has failed unexpectedly