Incremental backups of VMs using the Agent for VMware Virtual Infrastructure (AVVI) fail with "V-79-57344-5893 - The object was not found, or could not be accessed"
Error in beremote debug log:
 [fsys\ntfs\img_pdi] + img_pdi_initfs.cpp (562):
[11/18/10 11:10:21]  [fsys\ntfs\img_pdi] | Looking for volume: 'BACKUP TO DISK FOLDER'.
[11/18/10 11:10:21]  | UNEXPECTED ERROR(0xe000fe49): Failed to find volume
[11/18/10 11:10:21]  | Method:IMG_PDI_FSYS::ImgPdiFsys::GetVirtualVolumeDetails
[11/18/10 11:10:21]  | Exit point of IMG_PDI_FSYS::GetVirtualVolumeDetails hit: (0xe000fe49)
Change the backup method from Modified time to Archive Bit
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This issue occurs in Backup Exec 2010 and Backup Exec 2010 R2