Backup of CIF Shares fails with Authentication errors.

Problem

Backup of CIF Shares fails with Authentication errors.

Error Message

0xe000fe29 - Authentication failed on connection to the server

Solution

ISSUE:
 
Backing up CIF Shares fails with the following error:
 

 
FINAL ERROR:
 
0xe000fe29 - Authentication failed on connection to the server. Make sure that the user account has the appropriate permissions and that the password was typed correctly.
 

 
Following is observed in the SGMon.Log (See below related documents on how to enable debug using SGMon):
 
*******************************************************
 
BENGINE: [09/18/09 15:02:29] [1904] ndmpConnectEx : Control Connection information: A connection was established between end-points 127.0.0.1:1704 and 127.0.0.1:10000.
 
BEREMOTE: [09/18/09 15:02:29] [2840] ndmpRun: Control connection accepted : connection established between end-points 127.0.0.1:10000 and 127.0.0.1:1704
 
BENGINE: [09/18/09 15:02:29] [1904] NDMP version 3 connection CONNECTED
 
BESERVER: [09/18/09 15:02:29] [2980] -1 Client requested key (1253307914).
 
BESERVER: [09/18/09 15:02:29] [5048] 01 Server Configuration: Client added: 9
 
BESERVER: [09/18/09 15:02:29] [5048] -1 Client 'TEC-BKP01' connected('','SERVERNAME\backup'): 0x12583e0
 
BENGINE: [09/18/09 15:02:29] [1904] NDMPEngine::SetupNDMPConnection(): Using the system default logon account
 
BEREMOTE: [09/18/09 15:02:29] [0000] BECryptoInit: BECrypto non-FIPS mode successfully enabled.
 
BENGINE: [09/18/09 15:02:29] [0000] BECryptoInit: BECrypto non-FIPS mode successfully enabled.
 
BEREMOTE: [09/18/09 15:02:29] [4924] BELogonUser: beclass::IsThisMe() returned error: 87
 
BEREMOTE: [09/18/09 15:02:29] [4924] LogonType set = [LOGON32_LOGON_INTERACTIVE][0x2]
 
BEREMOTE: [09/18/09 15:02:29] [4924] LogonUser failed: Logon failure: the specified account password has expired.
 
BEREMOTE: [09/18/09 15:02:29] [4924] LogonUser failed for user: SERVERNAME\Administrator
 
BENGINE: [09/18/09 15:02:29] [1904] ERROR: 4 Error: Connection has not been authorized
 
***************************************************************
 

 
RESOLUTION:
 
1. Reset the password of the System Logon Account from Active Directory.
 
2. If the password was changed in Active Directory, change the password accordingly in Backup Exec the following way:
 
  • Select "Network | Logon Accounts"
  • Highlight the account System Logon Account and select "Edit"
  • Select "Change Password" and enter the new password under "Password" and "Confirm"
3. Run the backup job again
 

 

Terms of use for this information are found in Legal Notices.

Search

Survey

Did this article answer your question or resolve your issue?

No
Yes

Did this article save you the trouble of contacting technical support?

No
Yes

How can we make this article more helpful?

Email Address (Optional)