A logon account enables
Backup Exec to access resources for backup. You can verify that the
logon accounts you select can access the resources you want to back
For remote selections, do
not change the logon account information. They rely on the logon
account used to connect to the server they reside on, and will
ignore the additional logon account you can specify. This applies
to drives, Lotus, System State, and Exchange selections (except
mailboxes, which can and do use logon accounts).
On the navigation bar,
click the arrow next to Backup.
Click New Backup Job.
Select the data you want
to back up.
On the Properties pane,
under Source, click Resource
Select the resource whose
logon account you want to edit.
Select the Backup Exec
logon account you want to use for this backup selection, or click
New and create a new Backup
Exec logon account.
To verify that the logon
account you are using can access the resources selected for backup,
click Test All.
While Backup Exec
attempts to connect to the resources, "Testing" displays in the
Test Results column. After a test has completed, the Test Results
column will display one of the following results: Successful, Not
tested, or an error message. The Not Tested result indicates that
either the logon accounts have not been tested or that the tests
have been performed but the server that contains the selection
could not be accessed.
Some tests may take a
long time to complete. To cancel a logon account test, click