|Posted by:||TCS (Someone|
|Date:||Mon, 15 Jun 2009|
I'm not quite sure that this belongs in this group, so please bear
We run Server 2003, SP2. We have two (2) Domain Controllers ( DCs ),
approx two (2) dozen plus VMware servers, and a couple more pysical
servers besides our DCs. We use Backup Exec v12.5 to back up our
Last week I had occasion to...ahhh...fix an error I had made. I went
to my backups, and restored BOTH DCs to a different location. I
wanted to retrieve all my logon scripts.
Imagine my surprise, when my backups retrieved...NOTHING. Well, okay,
techically not nothing. I mean it appears that everything on both DCs
did restore. Everything EXCEPT my logon scripts. In fact, the SYSVOL
folder is the last folder/file down the tree that did restore.
Anything BELOW SYSVOL, nada, zip, zilch. So...
Now I'm trying to determine if this is normal, or I have some sort of
problem that I need to fix.
( I currently can't get onto Symantec's forums, as I have in the past,
so I don't know what they [would] say about this. )
Is it 'normal' that I cannot back up my logon scripts, so that any
restore won't get them? Or do you think that I have a Backup Exec
Any help would be most appreciated. Thanks in advance,