Backup exec 11d updating catalog


08-Jan-2017 20:58

Thank whatever god you believe in that backup tapes are on their fucking way out. I started the upgrade for a client of mine from 2010 to 2012. Scoured the internet, for the error message: The Backup Exec Server Service did not start. The “Solution” is to remove the software again, reboot, then manually hack out ALL references to Symantec and Backup Exec from the registry. Why can’t you make a software that just fucking installs or upgrades?

You would think that a multi-billion dollar company like symantec would understand the importance of making one revision of software easily upgraded to the next. Backup Exec 2010 had an addon option called “Desktop Laptop Option” hence forth called DLO. How is someone who runs a small business supposed to handle things like this, if everyone thinks you buy a disk, put it in, and hit go.

Not allowing the user to completely uninstall anything he doesn’t longer need is definitely is a bad taste.

But at the end of the day maintaining the computer is still a user business.

That no longer exists in 2012, cause it is it’s own product now. This is the worst god damned software on earth, bar none.

With that installed for 2010, you cannot upgrade to 2012 unless you remove it. Open Backup Exec, go to options or something like that and uncheck it. I swear, if the installation doesn’t like the color of the paint on the walls, it fucking throws a bitch fit.

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