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Backup Exec Beta registrations are now open!

We are pleased to inform you that registrations for the 
Backup Exec Beta program are now open and we are currently recruiting customers who are interested in participating.

This NEW Beta program for the upcoming major release of Backup Exec contains some new features (such as integration with Veritas Information Map and support for Dedupe v10), proliferations and overall improvements in meeting your recovery time objectives.

Please visit the below link to register.

Join this Beta Program

We are opening up registration early to allow enough time to process applications before the Beta build is available for download. So, if you are Veritas partner/reseller, please have your clients sign up early. All applications will be screened for US legal compliance a week or two prior to the Beta program start date which is currently expected to be sometime in the first half of September 2017.

If you have any queries, please contact us at

We look forward to your interest and participation.

Best regards,
Backup Exec Team

NOTERegistering for this program does not imply that your participation is confirmed. Your application and survey response will be reviewed by the Beta team. Your participation will be confirmed based on survey response and release contents. If your participation is not confirmed for one release, then it will be considered for subsequent upcoming releases.

Also, the Veritas product organization has launched a new Customer / Partner Engagement Program. If you are interested, then for more details, please visit

Forward-looking Statements

Any information regarding pre-release Veritas offerings, future updates or other planned modifications is subject to ongoing evaluation by Veritas and therefore subject to change. This information is provided without warranty of any kind, express or implied. Customers who purchase Veritas offerings should make their purchase decision based upon features that are currently available. 


my company is using Symantec system recovery tool 2013 with license key for saving the backup of client systems and servers. Company have individual server also save backup. Now my company facing the problem. because, Symantec backup tool will take more space from hard disk. We are fixing the schedule time collect the backup. but, when will take the backup, Symantec tool create individual files and take the more space from hard disk also. so, let me know, how will solve the problem? If will doing like this, my company need purchase more hard disk for saving backup. so, let me know if will take the backup time, can possible over write files (save one file name and add the new backup to same need create every time individual file) and compressed the size of file.

awaiting a favorable reply...

regards &best regards...


Muito bom, estou inscrito.

Very good, i'm registed!

Hi Level 2musalliabdu

I spoke to one of my colleagues today and he advised me to let you know that there are ways of using SSR to manage disk space consumption by the backup files, limiting the number of revisions saved, when to overwrite the files and when to perform incremental backups. Please review your settings to help here or call support who will also be able to help you. You can find their contact details here: Another solution would be to purchase more hard drive space.

Thanks, Kate