I have been suffering with this issue on and off for a few weeks, it really is inconsistent!
Master\Media Server - 184.108.40.206 - Windows Server 2008 R2 STD 64-Bit
Problem Client - 220.127.116.11 - Windows Server 2008 R2 ENT 64-Bit
I have 1 policy with 11 clients of which most clients have different backup selections.
I notice from within the backup job details for each client there is an info warning stating "TRV - object not found for file system backup".
Never had an issue like this..
My weekend full backup completed fine so last nights cumulative-incremental should only take an hour or so yet for some reason the job is estimated to be 50% the size of the full backup.
Something isn't right as...
Just noticed with NBU BAR that a backup image (where the policy has a 1 year retention set) states that the image will expire in 1 month.
However, when I run a 'images on tape' report the expiration is correct and is 1 year from now.
I have an issue when attempting to restore a VM from a 'FlashBackup-Windows' policy.
I can (if I wanted) proceed a complete a single file restore when I select 'From Normal Backup' but when I change the restore to a 'Restore from Virtual Mach...
I can't see the folder, should it be created here?
If so will services need restarting?
I'm currently re-running the job following client uninstall\reinstall.
NBU lets me select and browse each clients drives so that is what has been happening over the years.
Backups run fine and I can restore but I guess this is simply not best practice?
Each client within the policy has its own backup selection added, this policy has grown ove time but all seems in order.
What appears to be happening is that each client is attempting to backup the file locations of the other clients.
Is this normal?