Question about Veritas Backup Exec 10 for Windows Servers Advanced Disk-based Backup Option for PC

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"error starting the service Backup Exec & media service"

When i run Backup Exec 10.0 on my NT server it gives me the following errors
1. Error starting the service Backup Exec Agent Browser" The service didi not start due to a logon failure

2. Error starting the service Backup Exec Device & Media Services

3.Error starting the service Backup Exec: Server. The dependence service or group failed to start.

4. Error starting the service Backup Exec: Job Engine. The dependence service or group failed to start

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    I have the same problem Imran

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This is most likely caused by a change in the user acount password that you created the profile with. Under network select Logon account Managment. in here you will see the accounts that you used to login to the Domain. (AD) Consider setting up separate accounts (backup, etc) for these services & scheduled jobs, rather than using the admin or personal accounts. This way you can still change the admin account password on a regular basis & maintain security, but not have to go the hassle of updating all of these at each change. You may also opt to set these specific accounts so that the passwords do not expire automatically so that you do not have to deal with that scenario.

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