Customizing the status reporting of a drive (or file and folder backups)
|Article:HOWTO21360|||||Created: 2009-01-29|||||Updated: 2011-05-18|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO21360|
For example, if drive D contains unimportant data and you have chosen not to include it in a drive-based backup, the status on the Home page continues to report that your computer is at risk. You can configure Backup Exec System Recovery to ignore drive D so that it does not calculate the status of drive D in the Backup Status panel on the Home page.
The backup status of each drive is reported throughout the product, 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.
You should first determine how important the data is on a particular drive (or the data you have included in a file and folder backup) before deciding on the level of status reporting to assign to it.
To customize the status reporting of a drive (or file and folder backups)
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