Backup Exec 2014 Revision 1786 Hotfix 227745

Backup Exec 2014 Revision 1786 Hotfix 227745

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Problem

Backup Exec 2014 Revision 1786 Hotfix 227745

 

Solution

This hotfix contains Critical fixes for Backup Exec 2014 revision 1786. 

  
Affected versions
Backup Exec 2014 revision 1786 32bit Media Servers
Backup Exec 2014 revision 1786 x64bit Media Servers
Backup Exec 2014 revision 1786  32bit Agent for Windows Servers
Backup Exec 2014 revision 1786  x64bit Agent for Windows Servers
Backup Exec 2014 revision 1786  32bit Remote Administration Console
Backup Exec 2014 revision 1786  x64bit Remote Administration Console
Backup Exec 2014 revision 1786  Remote Media Agent for Linux Servers (32bit Linux Platforms) - BERMALS
Backup Exec 2014 revision 1786  Remote Media Agent for Linux Servers (64bit Linux Platforms) - BERMALS 
Prerequisites
- Backup Exec 2014 revision 1786 Service Pack 2 (SP2) ( 000023641 ) is required before installing this update
- Administrative privileges are required to install this hotfix.
Post requisites
- A full backup is recommended after installing this hotfix.
- Remote Agent for Windows Servers will need to be updated after installing this hotfix
- Remote Agent for Linux/Unix/Macintosh Servers (RALUS/RAMS) will need to be updated after installing this hotfix.  

 

 

Issue(s) resolved

-Data Lifecycle Management (DLM) may treat nonexpired tape media as expired, which makes it possible for them to be overwritten by another backup job. (000023716)
-Duplicate backups to tape or disk hang in active/running status. (000024410)
-Backup Exec selection window shows individual items for both backup and restore for file\folders, Mailbox GRT items, Active Directory GRT items only to a certain point when the directory structures are very deep (more than 10,000 items). (000020811)
 Note: The limit of 10000 individual items (files/folders/Exchange mailboxes or messages) displayable within the Backup Exec GUI has been removed with this patch, however, when attempting to view more than 20,000 individual items in backup selections or restore selections, a lack of system resources may prevent proper display.

 

Installation Guide

This installation guide contains general information for installing Backup Exec product updates as well as special instructions for configurations including Agent for Windows Servers, Remote Agent for Linux/Unix/Macintosh Servers (RALUS/RAMS), Clustered Backup Exec, Central Admin Servers (CASO)installations.   http:\\www.veritas.com\docs\000084036 

   

Uninstalling this hotfix
This hotfix cannot be uninstalled.  

File Information

The date and times listed below are in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). When you view the file information, it is converted to local time. To find the difference between UTC and local time, use the Time Zone tab in the Date and Time item in Control Panel.

 

Backup Exec 32bit and 64bit Media Servers and Remote Administrator consoles
Under "C:\Program Files\Symantec\Backup Exec\" (By default)
See Attachment: 000024475_FileVersions.xls
Backup Exec 32bit and 64bit Agent for Windows Servers
Under "C:\Program Files\Symantec\Backup Exec\RAWS" (By default)
See Attachment: TECH 227745 _FileVersions.xls 

 

NOTE : The File Information Spreadsheet attachment contains tabs for each platform supported.  

 

 

Service Pack Download File Information


File: BE1786.1103R227745_x64bit.exe
File size: 143 MB (150,272,336 bytes)
MD5 checksum: C1713F918AD41960CB68219B06E14DDF
SHA1 checksum: 9A95A94C68D2CB81A9F74C36CA1CD1054C22BB40


File: BE1786.1103R227745_x64bit.zip
File size: 143 MB (150,219,568 bytes)
MD5 checksum: EE8F3C61AE17141E0053F3DBC8171D2A
SHA1 checksum: 31F662CD333829A04DA7647B2C08B36749B18911


File: BE1786.1103R227745_32bit.exe
File size: 139 MB (145,982,800 bytes)
MD5 checksum: 1900E4DCF6520E3FDCA5F298C3F94BCF
SHA1 checksum: CC0C76979818080A68F46DE92BC0E22821790E26


File: BE1786.1103R227745_32bit.zip
File size: 139 MB (145,928,723 bytes)
MD5 checksum: 8B2CDDE273C252B28DEA0F9A6D079CEA
SHA1 checksum: 8F0BF84911C94FBDF148A202BCB762CDBF42F7C1

 

 

 

 

 

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