Because Backup Exec 2012 is not compatible (yet) with Enterprise Vault 11 and because of this, you cannot take advantage of the agent for Enterprise Vault, you will need to do everything via script.
First, I told myself: OK, no big deal. Just do as usual: the ps script, the authorization manager and the backup job (with the archive bit).
Hmm... no, it wasn't working the way I wanted. Especially because I use a new feature in EV 11: The Storage queue. And that one needs to empty itself after a backup job.
So, I decided to try it the old way, with the trigger file. Bingo, after a while I could see my EV Storage Queue disk freed from all those safety copies.
For this, I changed the Ptn backup from archive bit to trigger file, restarted the Storage Service and started a backup.
But wait, what about SQL? The databases need to be backed up in the same time frame as the vault stores and indexes.
No problem! Depending where your SQL reside,...