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Unable to delete managed backup exec server from caso

Created: 09 Sept 2013 • Updated: 09 Sept 2013 | 4 comments
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I'm unable to delete managed backup exec server from caso server. I think I started to do this in wrong way because I first uninstalled the backup exec server from managed server. Now in caso server I try to delete managed server but I get error. 

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How I can delete managed server from caso in situation where managed backup exec server is allready uninstalled?


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el cuadro de los VJware

Does the Managed Media server appear under the Storage tab of the CASO server ? If yes, double-click on it and delete any backup jobs which are associated with this server. Post this, try re-deleting it.


Have a look @ the SQL option mentioned in this post - https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/forums/fai...

Similarly this should apply and would recommend to have a BEDB backup before attempting this or better still, contact support formally.

el cuadro de los Matto81

Yes managed server is under storage tab in CASO server. I double click and go jobs. These are all the jobs that are also in CASO server. If I delete some job it also disappear from CASO server. Can I somehow unassosiate so that the jobs are not delete from CASO?

el cuadro de los VJware

One way to be to reinstall Backup Exec on the other server, make it as managed & then remove it again though not by uninstalling it first.

Other way would be to search through the backup jobs and confirm no backup job has any reference to the Managed Server in terms of job delegation, storage etc. If there is such a job, either delete it or change the settings. Doing this should ensure none of the jobs contain any reference to the managed server & should be Ok to delete it from the Storage view.

el cuadro de los Matto81

Thanks I went trought the SQL option. Now I was able to delete managed server.