It's normal that windows client has multiple vnetd and bcpd process instances active, during backup session.
On client server is installed software CrowdStrike, and it block these process if them inject more process sessions
"C:\Program Files\VERITAS\NetBackup\bin\vnetd.exe” inject in “C:\Program Files\VERITAS\NetBackup\bin\vnetd.exe”.
Please someone confirm it's normal operation for Netbackup process?
Thanks in advance,
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thanks for answer. There are almost 5 vnetd, and 3 bpcd processes during backup.
Antivirus CrowdStrike think it's abnormal the operation when bpcd or vnet process activates other instances of process.
Check these technical notes
If you have Windows MSDP (deduplication), pay attention to the second technical note and especially to the following:
Ensure any antivirus software is excluding all NetBackup/MSDP volumes/directories and ignoring all NetBackup processes and network traffic. Failure to do this can result in AV deleting dedup .bin files and performance issues.