Backup on SCR-enabled Exchange 2007

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we have exchange 2007 running on SCC. daily incremental and weekly full backup is scheduled using veritas netbackup 6.5.3. everything works smooth. recently we enabled SCR on DR site, but the "Update-StorageGroupCopy" failes after trying to seed for some times... error : FailedMessage : The log file 222812 for WTCXMB1Twelth Storage Group is missing on the production copy. Continuous replication for this storage group is blocked. If you removed the log file, please replace it. If the log is lost, the passive copy will need to be reseeded using the Update-StorageGroupCopy cmdlet in the Exchange Management Shell.
ASKED: May 10, 2009  5:29 AM
UPDATED: May 25, 2009  9:33 PM

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Have you run the update storage group copy in Exchange yet? If so what were the results? Did you receive an error when you tried that?

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