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MrWrighty

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  1. The Eset article refers specifically to Windows Backup failing and not a result of 3rd party applications. If Windows Backup is installed then Eset should handle the exclusions. The role is only likely to be installed if it’s going to be used.
  2. But bdedit will identify the volumes or as per the BackupAssist article above, the registry hivelist. Surely this can be checked on install and the exclusions added. This article explains how to check the volume number so what’s the difference for an automated exclusion list. https://support.eset.com/en/kb6121-windows-backup-failing-error-message
  3. Having just started doing bare metal recovery using BackupAssist and in particular a Hyper-V and Hyper-V host there are a number of additional exclusion required to allow the backup to complete. Eset have a KB about the additional exclusions but wondering why they cannot be included as part of the standard list of Exclusions for Server file security.
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