Changing how a computer reports backup status
|Article:HOWTO13697|||||Created: 2008-01-05|||||Updated: 2008-01-07|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO13697|
For example, if drive D contains unimportant data and you have chosen not to include it in a backup job, the backup status on the Home page reports that the computer is at risk. You can configure Backup Exec System Recovery Manager to ignore drive D so that it does not calculate the status of drive D in the Status panel on the Home page. Or, you can specify that only errors, such as missed or failed backups, are included in the status report.
The backup status of each drive on a computer is reported throughout the software, wherever the drive is listed. When you customize status reporting for a drive, the status is reflected anywhere that the drive is listed in Backup Exec System Recovery Manager.
To change how a computer reports backup status
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