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Windows server 2003 backups


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#1 Network_Brando

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Posted 29 January 2015 - 03:59 PM

I have two backups running on a Server 2003 system to two seperate NAS drives. One is completing (7 PM) and the other is cancelling right away (11PM start time). 
 
Error Message: The 'Microsoft information store' returned '50d' from a call to 'hrESEBackupSetup()' additional data
                          The  'Microsoft information store' returned functions called in invalid sequence from a call to 'hrESEBackupClose()'
 
The HDD is partitioned so that one is for the system and the other is for data. This would knock out the possible freezing issue of the Exchange data when system state is backing up on the same partition. I am not sure if the the first Backup is conflicting with the other. They are being backed up to two separate NAS boxes. Any thoughts?



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Posted 29 January 2015 - 04:51 PM

This is related to the backup of Exchange server databases.

 

A couple of ideas....

 

Look in the server application log for other errors regarding the integrity of the exchange databases.

Check that you do not have circular logging enabled on the databases (disable circular logging if you find  it set).

Get rid of any recovery storage groups.(Exchange 2007)

 

Alsop see http://smallbusiness.support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/933779 (Exch 203)

 

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