Veeam EndPoint| Error: Cannot proceed with the job: existing backup meta file ‘Backup Job\Backup Job.vbm’ on repository ‘BackupStorage’ is not synchronized with the DB

Today I walked into a problem with Veeam Endpoint on a server. The backup didn’t work and I received the error displayed below. When I started the backup-job. veeamendpoint01

Error: Cannot proceed with the job: existing backup meta file ‘Backup Job\Backup Job.vbm’ on repository ‘BackupStorage’ is not synchronized with the DB. To resolve this, run repository rescan
Job has been stopped with failures. Name: [Backup Job], JobId: [fce0ff07-244b-48c8-9ab5-8c7bcc22d068] Error: Cannot proceed with the job: existing backup meta file ‘Backup Job SERVER\Backup Job.vbm’ on repository ‘BackupStorage’ is not synchronized with the DB. To resolve this, run repository rescan.

This problem can occur when you use the Veeam backup storage location ( same is in the normal Veeam backup and replication program)

veeamendpoint02Go in the dashboard to configure backup.

veeamendpoint03Select Entire Computer (this is default selected) click on next

veeamendpoint05It might be possible you have selected before Veeam Backup & replication repository

veeamendpoint04Change the setting to Shared Folder and click on next

veeamendpoint06Enter the backup destination and the administrator credentials and the restore points of the backup. click on next

veeamendpoint07Select the time when you want to do the backup. And click on next

veeamendpoint08

Control if the settings are correct and click on finish, you can select run the job when i click finish. To see if the backup will run.

This was a solution for me to fix this problem

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