Remote Servers do not show up under 'Favorite Resources' in the backup selection list after upgrade to Backup Exec 2010 R3

Article:TECH168154  |  Created: 2011-08-26  |  Updated: 2012-03-07  |  Article URL
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After upgrading Backup Exec 2010 from R2 to R3, none of the remote servers are appearing under Favorite resources.


Following error is recorded in Remote Agent (beremote) debug log of the remote server:

[6152] 08/11/11 14:33:58 [nrds]               - ConnectToServerEndPoint:
dest=MEDIA SERVERNAME, service=6101
[6152] 08/11/11 14:33:58 [nrds]               - ConnectToServerEndPoint: Failed
Client Side SSL handshake.
[6152] 08/11/11 14:33:58 [BESocket]           - @@@@@@@MyCloseSocket called
with sockfd = 1452(0x5ac) retval = 0
[6152] 08/11/11 14:33:58 [ndmp\ndmpcomm]      - NrdsAdvertiserThread: connect
to target=MEDIA SERVERNAME port=6101 failed
[6152] 08/11/11 14:33:58 [ndmp\ndmpcomm]      - NrdsAdvertiserThread: Security
is enabled!!!
[6152] 08/11/11 14:33:58 [ndmp\ndmpcomm]      - GetCertificateDataFolderPath:
Not checking for cluster.


Remote agent is failing to advertise to Media server with " Failed Client Side SSL handshake " error even after the Media server name is added under Publishing tab of Remote Agent utility and the Trust Relationship is enabled.


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Security: RAWS is failing to advertise to Media server with "Failed Client Side SSL handshake" error

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