Backup Exec Utility
- Backup Exec Utility
- About Backup Exec Utility general tasks
- Adding Backup Exec servers
- Viewing server properties for the Agent for Windows computer
- Viewing system properties for the Agent for Windows computer
- Creating a new Backup Exec server group
- Deleting a Backup Exec server group
- Enabling debug logs
- Setting the size of the debug logs
- Setting debug logging and the debug log sizes for Agent for Windows computers
- Setting the location for the job log and the catalogs
- Viewing server properties for the Backup Exec server
- Viewing a list of licensed and installed options for a Backup Exec server
- Viewing system properties for a Backup Exec server
- About Backup Exec Utility services tasks
- About Backup Exec Utility CASO tasks
- About Backup Exec Utility database tasks
- Recovering a Backup Exec Database
- Changing database access
- Copying a database
- About Backup Exec server group tasks
- About configuring columns
About Backup Exec Utility
Use the Backup Exec Utility, beutility.exe, to perform various configuration. It is installed in your Backup Exec working directory during the initial Backup Exec installation.
With the Backup Exec Utility, you can do the following tasks:
Add, remove, and configure logical groups of Backup Exec servers. With logical groups, you can perform operations on all of the computers in a group at the same time. These operations include starting or stopping services and configuring application service security, such as changing service account information. You can also use the Backup Exec Utility to configure startup options for one or more of the servers in a group.
Start immediate database utility operations on the Backup Exec Database (BEDB). The database maintenance utilities usually initiate these utilities. You can start database dumps and run database consistency and data integrity checks.
You should use the Backup Exec Utility only with the guidance of Technical Support. Improper use of this utility can result in configuration changes that may prevent Backup Exec from running.