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updated discussion 13 Oct 2015
Hello, I receive an error every time I try to configure an Amazon S3 bucket as a storage device I get the error: BEMSDK Failure Code: A0009B23. I am running on server 2012 R2, using Backup Exec 15 FP1. I have gone through and installed the latest update that hot fixed this connection issue with S3.  I have followed the how to doc for connecting S3 as a storage device.  I have ...
updated blog entry 13 Oct 2015
Hello, welcome to this month's blog on the Microsoft patch release. This month the vendor is releasing six bulletins covering a total of 33 vulnerabilities. Thirteen of this month's issues are rated Critical. As always, customers are advised to follow these security best practices: Install vendor patches as soon as they are available. Run all software with the least privileges required while ...
updated blog entry 13 Oct 2015
Editor's note (10/13/15): This previously published article has been updated with new findings. Be sure to check out the National Cyber Security Awareness Month Group on Connect and stay Cyber Resilient all year.  Like it or not, companies are continuing to face a wave of new internet-connected devices hitting their networks. Driven by employee’s desire for newer, sleeker, and faster ...
new discussion 13 Oct 2015
Hello, I am performing a test restore of a Windows 2012 R2 file server. It was backed up using Backup Exec 2014 with SP2 + hotfix 227745. The Backup Exec media server is also running Windows Server 2012 R2. The file server was backed up using the BE agent running on the file server. It has a C: drive (OS), a D: drive (most of the file data) and an E: drive (more file data). I am restoring to a ...