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Killexams : Norton Power Eraser 5.3.0.20

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Norton Power Eraser is a powerful free removal tool that may help you clean up certain types of difficult to remove security risks. If a program has hijacked your computer and you are having difficulty detecting or removing it, Norton Power Eraser may be able to clean your computer. Norton Power Eraser includes detection and removal capabilities for security risks that impersonate legitimate applications (for example, fake antivirus software), often known as "scareware", "rogueware" or "scamware". You can run this tool to scan for threats even if you have a Symantec product, or any other security product. If you cannot start the computer in Normal mode, you can run this tool in Safe mode.

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Killexams : How to use BEMIG to manually upgrade the Backup Exec database from a previous version

Article: 100018032

Last Published: 2022-07-20

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Problem

Need to manually upgrade Backup Exec from a previous version.
 

Solution

The recommended upgrade method is to allow the Backup Exec (BE) installer upgrade BE and its database during the installation. If that fails to occur or a saved database from a previous BE version needs to be added to a newer BE version, the BEMIG tool can be used. This tool follows the same upgrade version rules that the BE installer has. This is noted in the chart below.

Note: If the .mdf and .ldf files are from an older version of Backup Exec installed on a different server then please do not follow the procedure below if any of the following are true:

  • Backup Exec is clustered.
  • The Backup Exec Shared Storage Option (SSO) is installed.
  • The Backup Exec Central Administration Server (CAS) is installed.
  • The computer where Backup Exec is installed and the computer where it will be installed are running two different versions of the Windows Operating System.
  • If planning to move Backup Exec to a different drive/directory on the server.
 

Steps:

1. Confirm Backup Exec is working in its current database. Update Backup Exec to the latest Service Pack, Feature Pack, or Hotfix.  Obtain patches from the Veritas obtain Center

2. Stop the all Backup Exec services (including the  SQL (BKUPEXEC) service).  NOTE: For Backup Exec 22 the SQL instance name and service name is SQL (BKUPEXEC64).

3. Open  \Program Files\Symantec or Veritas \Backup Exec Directory.  Copy the Data folder and paste it in the same location. Rename the "Copy of Data" to "Data-'TodaysDate' or "Data-Version#-New"

4. Copy the saved Database from the previous BE version into the \Backup Exec\Data folder(or the entire folder).
   This will be bedb_dat.mdf and bedb_log.ldf files.

5. If the Catalogs have been saved also, rename the Catalogs to Catalogs.old, then copy/move the saved catalogs under Backup Exec.

6. Start the SQL service.

7. Set the registry keys for BEMIG.

Warning: Incorrect use of the Windows registry editor may prevent the operating system from functioning properly. Great care should be taken when making changes to a Windows registry. Registry modifications should only be carried-out by persons experienced in the use of the registry editor application. It is recommended that a complete backup of the registry and workstation be made prior to making any registry changes.

7a. Launch the Registry Editor (Start, Run, Regedt32). Navigate to

HKLM | Software | Symantec | Backup Exec for Windows | Backup Exec | "VersionNumber" | Install      

Or        

HKLM | Software | Veritas | Backup Exec for Windows | Backup Exec | "VersionNumber" | Install    


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7b. Modify the value of "Upgrade" to 1.
      (Create as a Dword if it is not present)

7c. Modify the value of  "Upgrade Version" to the version of the database DB being imported or migrated from. See chart.
      Note: (Create as a STRING value "Upgrade Version" if not present in the registry) 


Please refer the following Table while setting the value for Upgrade version Key.
X indicates BE versions that can be upgraded from

 

Backup Exec
Name
Upgrade Version 11 12.0 12.5 2010 2010 R2 2010 R3 2012 2014 15 16 20 21 22
9.1 9.1.4691.0  X                        
10.0 revision 5484 10.0.5484.0  X                        
10.0 revision 5520 10.0.5520.0  X                        
10.1 (10d) 10.1.5629.0 X X                      
11 revision 6235 11.0.6235.0   X  X  X  X              
11 (11d) revision 7170 11.0.7170.0  X X X X X

X

             
12.0 12.0.1364.0     X X X X              
12.5 12.5.2213.0       X X X X  X          
2010 13.0.2896.0         X X X  X          
2010 R2 13.0.4164.0           X X  X          
2010 R3 13.0.5204.0             X  X X (1)  X (1)      
2012 14.0.1798.0                X X  X      
2014 14.1.1786.0                  X  X X    
15 14.2.1180.0                    X X X  
16 16.0.1142                     X X  
20 20.0.1188                       X X
21 21.0.1200                         X

(1) To upgrade to Backup Exec 15 or Backup Exec 16 from BE2010 R3, SP4 or later has to be installed

Note:
Do not upgrade to Backup Exec 15 or Backup Exec 16 from an earlier versions of Backup Exec that run on a 32-bit operating system. Installations of Backup Exec 15 or Backup Exec 16 on 32-bit operating systems is no longer supported.

8.Open a CMD command prompt to \Program Files\Symantec\Backup Exec or \Program Files\Veritas\Backup Exec

  •   Run BEMIG.exe
  •  Wait for it to fully complete and return to a new prompt.

 

9. Start BE services and open the BE console.

Note 1 :  If the services fail to start, you may need to do additional steps of:-

  1. Stop the SQL(BKUPEXEC) service. Backup Exec 22 stop the SQL (BKUPEXEC64) service.
  2. Copy the BEDB database files from the Data folder to the desktop .
  3. Start the SQL(BKUPEXEC) service . Backup Exec 22 start the SQL (BKUPEXEC64) service.
  4. Run BEutility Copy Database to import the desktop BEDB files. This will correct any Environmental changes effecting the database.  
  5. Copy Database Document - www.veritas.com/content/support/en_US/article.100017867.html  

Note 2 : Job Logs (for jobs run prior to the migration) are not maintained inside the Backup Exec Database. If older jobs logs need to be accessible after the migration, then they have to be copied separately, however if Backup Exec is installed in a different path on the new server then you will not be able to open the copied job logs from within the Backup Exec Console itself (and will have to directly open the XML files to review them). Job Histories (which are kept inside the database) should still be accessible.

Note 3 : Due to how volumes are given new identifiers on new servers and how plug-n-play on the operating system will detect storage devices such as tape libraries, any storage devices used as targets for the backups will be seen as new devices after the migration. This does mean you may have to adjust the storage configuration within Backup Exec and also reconfigure the job definitions so that the jobs use the newly configured devices.

Additional Tool and Information:

Backup Exec Migration Assistant Information:
https://www.veritas.com/support/en_US/article.100041264

Backup Exec Migration Assistant Download:

https://www.veritas.com/content/support/en_US/downloads/update.UPD677033

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Killexams : Fix BHDrvx64.sys BSOD error on Windows 11/10

Blue Screen of Death errors are among the toughest ones to resolve. They immediately shut down your computer and any of your unsaved work is lost. One such error is the BHDrvx64.sys Blue Screen of Death error. If your encounter this error on your system, please read through this article for the resolution. The error occurs randomly while the user is using his/her computer. The system shuts down and restarts. The causes include corrupt system files, drivers, issues with the RAM, or impact through malware.

Fix BHDrvx64.sys Blue Screen of Death error

 

What is BHDrvx64.sys?

The bhdrvx64.sys driver file is also known as BASH Driver or Symantec Heurisitcs Driver which belongs to BASH software of Utility Common Driver developed by the Symantec. It is located in the C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\ folder.

The BHDrvx64.sys failed Blue Screen error can shut down your computer and your unsaved files will be lost. Follow these suggestions to resolve the issue.

  1. Update Windows OS and install even the Optional & Driver Updates
  2. Perform an SFC Scan
  3. Troubleshoot in Clean Boot state
  4. Scan your system for antivirus
  5. Update or uninstall Norton software
  6. System Restore

If you cannot boot Windows normally to the desktop, you may have to try and boot in Safe Mode or into the Advanced Startup options screen to be able to carry out the fixes. You will need to make use of the Command Prompt. For some strange reason if you can boot in Safe Mode but cannot access the Advanced Startup Options screen, when in Safe Mode, you may use the Command Prompt to boot Windows directly to the Advanced Startup Settings screen.

1] Update Windows

There is quite a possibility that this issue must be under consideration by Microsoft since a lot of users have reported it. If that is the case, then updating Windows could push the fix to your system. Please make sure to install even the Optional & Driver Updates on your system. Basically, keep updating till you reach the stage when hitting the “Check for updates” button doesn’t return anything.

2] Perform an SFC Scan

In case the issue is caused by corrupt system files, then an SFC Scan would be helpful in solving the problem. The procedure to perform and SFC Scan is as follows:

Search for Command Prompt in the Windows Search bar.

On the right pane corresponding to application, select Run as administrator. This will open the elevated Command Prompt window.

In the elevated Command Prompt window, type the following command and hit Enter to execute it.

sfc /scannow

3] Troubleshoot in Clean Boot state

In case the issue is caused by interfering third-party programs, the cause can be isolated by troubleshooting the issue in the Clean Boot state. The procedure is as follows:

  • Press Win+R to open the Run window.
  • In the Run window, type the command msconfig. This will open the System Configuration window.
  • Go to the Services tab.
  • Check the box associated with Hide all Microsoft services.
  • If any other service is checked, please click on Disable all.
  • Click on Apply and then on OK to save the settings.
  • In the next window, click on Restart to reboot the system in Clean Boot state.

4] Scan your system for antivirus

If the problem has been caused by a virus or malware, then scanning the system for the same using Windows Defender could be helpful. Other than Windows Defender, you can also use reputed third-party antivirus software.

5] Update or uninstall Norton software

If you have any Norton software installed, update them and see if it helps. If not use Norton Removal Tool to remove the security software and see if that helps.

5] System Restore

If everything else fails, you can consider restoring the system to an earlier restore point. This way, you will be able to recover any lost files. Also, if any other recently installed program impacted your computer, the impact will be reversed.

Can overheating cause a blue screen?

Yes, overheating can cause BSOD (blue screen) errors. Rather, this is one of the most ignored causes behind BSOD errors. Other than the regular troubleshooting, it is advised to check for overheating near the fan area. Try clearing the vent. Please our system such that the vent of the fan is in an open area.

Can power supply cause BSOD?

Yes, issues with the power supply can cause BSOD error. In case you are using a laptop, this problem is checked both by the adapter of the laptop and then the battery. However, with desktop computers, voltage fluctuations can cause BSOD error. In order to mitigate this problem, you can use a UPS.

Can GPU cause BSOD?

Yes, GPU related issues can cause BSOD. This is the cause even with external GPU systems. The reason is that when the GPU ceases to work, the system will be unusable. So, the computer chooses to shut the computer with a BSOD when it detects a serious problem with the GPU.

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Killexams : 2022 Cloud Security Report

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Killexams : Not remotely sensical: Adams administration must allow hybrid work

It’s Management 101 that if you’re hemorrhaging experienced employees, your position shouldn’t be to make it less attractive for people to work for you. That message doesn’t seem to be seeping in at City Hall, where, even as the municipal government’s job vacancy rate is five times higher than in recent years, the Adams administration insists on maintaining an inflexible policy of in-person five-day-a-week work for the city’s vast and varied municipal workforce.

We agree with Public Advocate Jumaane Williams, who wrote in these pages last week that the mayor is fighting a losing battle against a reality that isn’t changing anytime soon. Workers want the convenience and comfort that comes with working from home, and if the city refuses to provide it, the private sector will.

It would be one thing if this unpopular policy were being kept in place for some concrete and discernible reasons. It is, after all, the job of the mayor to make tough calls when necessary. Yet the only rationalizations that have been offered are esoteric claims about the virtue of in-person collaboration and direct supervision.

The unintentional mass work-from-home experiment that was COVID has already proved that employees are more than capable of delivering results remotely. Depending on the agency, division and job title, a new mandatory normal might be two in-office days a week; it might be three; it might be four or five. Clearly, teachers and police and firefighters and correction officers must show up daily.

The point is, City Hall should stop insisting that one restrictive size fits all.

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Killexams : E-viruses up the ante in economic battles

A single e-mail can be enough to partially cripple a company, yet many Swiss firms are unaware of the dangers lurking on the web – as Solange Ghernaouti, an international expert on cybercrime, tells swissinfo.ch.

This content was published on September 4, 2012 - 11:00

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A new virus called Gauss, for example, has already infected hundreds of computers in the Middle East. It can spy on bank transactions and steal passwords. According to Kaspersky Lab, a company specialising in computer science security, Gauss was invented in the same laboratory that created Stuxnet – the virus that infiltrated Iran’s nuclear programme.

The discovery of Gauss has fuelled the discussion of how IT tools can be used for criminal purposes. This is a development that affects Swiss companies, too, as such protection is essential in order to remain innovative and competitive, points out Ghernaouti.

An economics professor at Lausanne University, Ghernaouti is a member of the Global Cybersecurity Agenda of the International Telecommunication Union. She is currently working on the development of an international agreement on cyberspace.

swissinfo.ch: Symantec, an antivirus software company, has reported that virus attacks have increased steadily in the first six months of 2012. One out of three attacks is aimed at small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Who are the perpetrators?

Solange Ghernaouti: The authors are very diverse and the viruses can come from every corner of the earth. But it turns out that most of these computer attacks originate in China – not to point the finger at the Chinese government.

That having been said, China would like to become a superpower, and to that end, a useful tool is industrial espionage – the acquisition of know-how and information. The Internet and cyberspace have become the new battlegrounds of the global economy.

But it’s not just the Chinese. There are also other state actors, or those that operate against governments. And let’s not forget regular criminals – operating individually or in gangs – who will do anything to get rich. Systems and operations are vulnerable. Those looking for the weak spots will usually find them.

swissinfo.ch: What are the most sophisticated methods?

S.G.: Social engineering, or the collecting of passwords and confidential information through interpersonal contact. This exploits human weakness rather than the vulnerability of the technology.

For example: A company will be contacted by someone posing as an administrator who says that there is a problem with the network and the computers need to be reconfigured, so he gets the passwords. This method always works.

Slightly more sophisticated is the technology of spear phishing, which seeks sensitive information. So a manager will be tricked into believing that he has been emailed by an employee or someone he trusts. They send him a document that he opens and downloads, which activates a Trojan horse that is installed on his computer without him realising it. Even RSA Security was pirated in this way – and it’s the world's largest provider of IT security instruments.

swissinfo.ch: What are the most vulnerable industries and sectors?

S.G.: All service-oriented businesses, like banks and insurance companies. In Switzerland a lot of pharmaceutical and chemical companies are affected, although I’ve never heard of a drug giant becoming a victim. But that doesn’t mean it has never happened – they often keep quiet for image reasons.

Personally, I’m more anxious about attacks on key infrastructure – such as hospitals, power stations or water supplies. At the start of the last decade, a disgruntled employee of an Australian water treatment plant took control of its IT system. He was able to divert contaminated water into a river.

Attacks on the food industry also worry me. This could mean production plant sensors being manipulated to insert harmful substances into coffee capsules, for example.

swissinfo.ch: A survey states that one out of five Swiss companies has suffered a digital attack. Are companies aware of their vulnerability?

S.G.: In Switzerland, the most feared attacks are those involving industrial espionage or the theft of data, trademarks and know-how. For this reason, all of the major banks and companies have their own IT protection service.

The medium-sized businesses, on the other hand, are rather defenceless. Moreover, not all of them are aware of the risks. And the moment when they become aware it is often too late; the damage has already been done.

IT-related risks are constantly on the rise. SMEs that want to minimise their vulnerability need to invest in protection. In addition to putting money into technical measures like fire walls and anti-virus software, they also need to implement operational processes to ensure constant IT security.

swissinfo.ch: Some companies mirror their data to external servers through so-called cloud computing. Is this wise?

S.G.: This outsourcing to an external service provider can reduce costs, but then you lose control of your intangible capital. You become totally dependent upon a third party.

These external data centres usually store the data of several companies. All of the information is therefore in a single cloud, which may attract the interest of criminals.

swissinfo.ch: What is your advice for these companies?

S.G.: I would suggest that they think about the data and the assets of their operation, as well as the location of these. They should consider what data could be lost without compromising the entire operation. Companies should be proactive and analyse their internal security measures.

It’s not enough to install a fire wall correctly. The entire organisation needs to be rethought – including the activities of the staff. For example, there are employees who use social media during working hours. In addition, contingency plans should be developed to allow work to continue after a cyber attack.

In an increasingly globalised and more competitive economy, IT security is becoming more important. SMEs that don’t know how to protect their innovative capacities properly are less competitive because cyber criminals start where it is easiest. The most competitive firms are those that can protect their IT assets better than the competition.

swissinfo.ch: Cybercriminals are often thousands of kilometres away from their targets. Would international cooperation be effective?

S.G.: Switzerland has signed and ratified the European Convention on Cybercrime, and is a global player in the battle against computer science criminals. International cooperation works, as demonstrated by the coordinated actions which have led to various arrests.

However, there is a lack of police, lawyers and judges specialising in IT crimes. But there are fewer holes in the existing system, than in countries that have shown no desire to cooperate.

So there are some real ‘digital havens’ from where cybercriminals can launch their attacks knowing with near certainty that they will not be prosecuted. I can’t name names, but I can say that some tax havens are also cyber and digital havens.

Targeting the medium guys

In the first half of 2012, 36% of all worldwide IT attacks targeted small and medium enterprises (SMEs) with fewer than 250 employees.

At the end of 2011 the figure was 18%, according to a report by Symantec, a software company specialising in virus protection.

In May and June 2012, an average of 151 targeted attacks were blocked per day.

Large companies with over 2,500 employees remain the most vulnerable to attacks (69 attacks blocked per day).

The most targeted sectors are defence, chemical/pharmaceutical and manufacturing.

Worldwide, companies invest some €877 billion (SFr842 billion) into the management of digital information, Symantec estimates.

The SMEs surveyed invest an average of €262,000 per year.

The loss of digital data can have serious consequences, according to the study published in June.

Some 49% of the companies lost customers to IT attacks, 47% lost their reputations and 41% lost profits.

(Source: Symantec)

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Solange Ghernaouti

In 1987, the Franco-Swiss scientist became the first female professor on the economics faculty of Lausanne University.

As the director of the Swiss Cybersecurity Advisory & Research Group, she shares her expertise with the UN as well as governments and private institutions.

She has written about 30 books on Topics such as cybercrime.

In 2011, the Bilanz business magazine described her as one of the 300 most influential people in Switzerland.

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Killexams : Axonius Appoints Tom Kennedy as Vice President of Axonius Federal Systems

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Kennedy to continue scaling Axonius Federal Systems, building on its 152% year-over-year growth in 2021

NEW YORK, July 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Axonius, the leader in cybersecurity asset management and SaaS management, today announced it has appointed Tom Kennedy as its Vice President of Axonius Federal Systems LLC, the company’s government-focused subsidiary. As vice president, Kennedy will be responsible for building on the program’s growth, expanding the impact and reach of the Axonius platform within the federal marketplace.

Prior to joining Axonius, Kennedy was Vice President of Public Sector at Rubrik, where he helped to accelerate the company’s federal sector growth. He previously served as Vice President and General Manager, Public Sector at Veritas, where he led the company’s federal, state and local, education, and healthcare divisions. He held several leadership roles at Symantec before they spun off Veritas.

“Tom has extensive experience in public markets, and he understands fully and completely the numerous cybersecurity challenges currently facing federal agencies,” said Dean Sysman, CEO and Co-founder of Axonius. “By combining his background with the simple, but comprehensive approach of the Axonius platform, more government agencies will come to understand the important role cybersecurity asset management plays in strengthening our nation’s cybersecurity through enhanced visibility into assets and issues.”

In May 2021, the Biden administration issued Executive Order 14028, Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity, which directs decisive action to Improve the Federal Government’s cybersecurity capabilities. Included in that EO is a mandate that all government agencies understand their assets and corresponding relationship to security policy expectations. Axonius enables agencies to meet this expectation by providing organizations with a complete and accurate asset inventory, helping them to discover security coverage gaps and then enabling them to take steps to automate and enforce security policies.

“I’ve long held the belief that accurate asset management is foundational to any cybersecurity program,” said Tom Kennedy, Vice President of Axonius Federal Systems. “You simply can’t secure what you can’t see, and Axonius eliminates that challenge. I joined the company because I believe in the platform, and I know that by helping government agencies gain visibility into their assets and security gaps, we can supply them confidence in their ability to comply with regulations and keep their agencies secure.”

Since the formation of Axonius Federal Systems LLC, the 4.0-f version of the Axonius Cybersecurity Asset Management solution has been certified by the National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) as having passed Common Criteria validation. As a result, government agencies that require NIAP validation from vendors can now leverage Axonius to reduce cyber risk and gain asset visibility across their environments. To learn more about Axonius Federal Systems, visit the website.

About Axonius

Axonius gives customers the confidence to control complexity by mitigating threats, navigating risk, automating response actions, and informing business-level strategy. With solutions for both cyber asset attack surface management (CAASM) and SaaS management, Axonius is deployed in minutes and integrates with hundreds of data sources to provide a comprehensive asset inventory, uncover gaps, and automatically validate and enforce policies. Cited as one of the fastest-growing cybersecurity startups, with accolades from CNBC, Forbes, and Fortune, Axonius covers millions of assets, including devices and cloud assets, user accounts, and SaaS applications, for customers around the world. For more, visit Axonius.com.

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Killexams : Asia-Pacific Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Market 2022 Size & Business Planning, Innovation to See Modest Growth 2030

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Based on the deployment model, the SaaS market can be segmented into public cloud, private cloud and hybrid cloud. The private cloud and public cloud models are showing a positive trend in the market, and the companies are trying to employ the hybrid cloud model in the recent future. The public cloud market has the largest market share, whereas the hybrid cloud market is predicted to grow at the highest CAGR.

Depending on application, the SaaS market can be bifurcated into enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM), human resource management (HRM), supply chain management (SCM) and others. Other application types include web conferencing platforms, messaging applications and collaborations. HRM has the largest market share and is also predicted to have the highest growth rate in the forecast period.
By vertical, the SaaS market can be segmented into banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI), information technology (IT) and telecommunication, manufacturing, retail, healthcare, education, and others. The BFSI segment continues to hold the largest market share in the vertical segment. The manufacturing segment will be growing at a significant rate during the forecast period.
Japan is leading in SaaS adoption in the Asia-Pacific region. The country accounts for at least 40% of the regions SaaS expenditure. There are barriers in the Japanese market for the entry of most of the global SaaS companies as there is a tendency for the organizations to opt for home-grown solutions.

Key growth factors

Asian businesses are trying to maintain cost and functionality for their continuously changing business requirements. The need for innovation, agility, flexibility and speed in the business process increases the demand for SaaS-based solutions. Also, the countries of Asia-Pacific are still developing and are not at par with the developed regions. So, the primary concern is always the cost-efficiency. SaaS vendors offer solutions with lower operational expenses that help drive margins.

Threats and key players

Asian organisations are still fighting non-tech issues in their institutions such as corruption, weak government administration and lack of purchasing power. These problems are much lower in the value chain. While solving these problems, incorporating SaaS in their systems seem to be either a distraction or luxury for their businesses.
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Killexams : How to use BEMIG to manually upgrade the Backup Exec database from a previous version

Articolo: 100018032

Data ultima modifica: 2022-07-20

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Problem

Need to manually upgrade Backup Exec from a previous version.
 

Solution

The recommended upgrade method is to allow the Backup Exec (BE) installer upgrade BE and its database during the installation. If that fails to occur or a saved database from a previous BE version needs to be added to a newer BE version, the BEMIG tool can be used. This tool follows the same upgrade version rules that the BE installer has. This is noted in the chart below.

Note: If the .mdf and .ldf files are from an older version of Backup Exec installed on a different server then please do not follow the procedure below if any of the following are true:

  • Backup Exec is clustered.
  • The Backup Exec Shared Storage Option (SSO) is installed.
  • The Backup Exec Central Administration Server (CAS) is installed.
  • The computer where Backup Exec is installed and the computer where it will be installed are running two different versions of the Windows Operating System.
  • If planning to move Backup Exec to a different drive/directory on the server.
 

Steps:

1. Confirm Backup Exec is working in its current database. Update Backup Exec to the latest Service Pack, Feature Pack, or Hotfix.  Obtain patches from the Veritas obtain Center

2. Stop the all Backup Exec services (including the  SQL (BKUPEXEC) service).  NOTE: For Backup Exec 22 the SQL instance name and service name is SQL (BKUPEXEC64).

3. Open  \Program Files\Symantec or Veritas \Backup Exec Directory.  Copy the Data folder and paste it in the same location. Rename the "Copy of Data" to "Data-'TodaysDate' or "Data-Version#-New"

4. Copy the saved Database from the previous BE version into the \Backup Exec\Data folder(or the entire folder).
   This will be bedb_dat.mdf and bedb_log.ldf files.

5. If the Catalogs have been saved also, rename the Catalogs to Catalogs.old, then copy/move the saved catalogs under Backup Exec.

6. Start the SQL service.

7. Set the registry keys for BEMIG.

Warning: Incorrect use of the Windows registry editor may prevent the operating system from functioning properly. Great care should be taken when making changes to a Windows registry. Registry modifications should only be carried-out by persons experienced in the use of the registry editor application. It is recommended that a complete backup of the registry and workstation be made prior to making any registry changes.

7a. Launch the Registry Editor (Start, Run, Regedt32). Navigate to

HKLM | Software | Symantec | Backup Exec for Windows | Backup Exec | "VersionNumber" | Install      

Or        

HKLM | Software | Veritas | Backup Exec for Windows | Backup Exec | "VersionNumber" | Install    


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7b. Modify the value of "Upgrade" to 1.
      (Create as a Dword if it is not present)

7c. Modify the value of  "Upgrade Version" to the version of the database DB being imported or migrated from. See chart.
      Note: (Create as a STRING value "Upgrade Version" if not present in the registry) 


Please refer the following Table while setting the value for Upgrade version Key.
X indicates BE versions that can be upgraded from

 

Backup Exec
Name
Upgrade Version 11 12.0 12.5 2010 2010 R2 2010 R3 2012 2014 15 16 20 21 22
9.1 9.1.4691.0  X                        
10.0 revision 5484 10.0.5484.0  X                        
10.0 revision 5520 10.0.5520.0  X                        
10.1 (10d) 10.1.5629.0 X X                      
11 revision 6235 11.0.6235.0   X  X  X  X              
11 (11d) revision 7170 11.0.7170.0  X X X X X

X

             
12.0 12.0.1364.0     X X X X              
12.5 12.5.2213.0       X X X X  X          
2010 13.0.2896.0         X X X  X          
2010 R2 13.0.4164.0           X X  X          
2010 R3 13.0.5204.0             X  X X (1)  X (1)      
2012 14.0.1798.0                X X  X      
2014 14.1.1786.0                  X  X X    
15 14.2.1180.0                    X X X  
16 16.0.1142                     X X  
20 20.0.1188                       X X
21 21.0.1200                         X

(1) To upgrade to Backup Exec 15 or Backup Exec 16 from BE2010 R3, SP4 or later has to be installed

Note:
Do not upgrade to Backup Exec 15 or Backup Exec 16 from an earlier versions of Backup Exec that run on a 32-bit operating system. Installations of Backup Exec 15 or Backup Exec 16 on 32-bit operating systems is no longer supported.

8.Open a CMD command prompt to \Program Files\Symantec\Backup Exec or \Program Files\Veritas\Backup Exec

  •   Run BEMIG.exe
  •  Wait for it to fully complete and return to a new prompt.

 

9. Start BE services and open the BE console.

Note 1 :  If the services fail to start, you may need to do additional steps of:-

  1. Stop the SQL(BKUPEXEC) service. Backup Exec 22 stop the SQL (BKUPEXEC64) service.
  2. Copy the BEDB database files from the Data folder to the desktop .
  3. Start the SQL(BKUPEXEC) service . Backup Exec 22 start the SQL (BKUPEXEC64) service.
  4. Run BEutility Copy Database to import the desktop BEDB files. This will correct any Environmental changes effecting the database.  
  5. Copy Database Document - www.veritas.com/content/support/en_US/article.100017867.html  

Note 2 : Job Logs (for jobs run prior to the migration) are not maintained inside the Backup Exec Database. If older jobs logs need to be accessible after the migration, then they have to be copied separately, however if Backup Exec is installed in a different path on the new server then you will not be able to open the copied job logs from within the Backup Exec Console itself (and will have to directly open the XML files to review them). Job Histories (which are kept inside the database) should still be accessible.

Note 3 : Due to how volumes are given new identifiers on new servers and how plug-n-play on the operating system will detect storage devices such as tape libraries, any storage devices used as targets for the backups will be seen as new devices after the migration. This does mean you may have to adjust the storage configuration within Backup Exec and also reconfigure the job definitions so that the jobs use the newly configured devices.

Additional Tool and Information:

Backup Exec Migration Assistant Information:
https://www.veritas.com/support/en_US/article.100041264

Backup Exec Migration Assistant Download:

https://www.veritas.com/content/support/en_US/downloads/update.UPD677033

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