Error while invoking backup_MSSQLException: TDS Protocol error

Error while invoking backup_MSSQLException: TDS Protocol error

java.sql.SQLException: TDS Protocol error: Invalid packet type 0x64 at

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Based on the Email screenshot it looks like you have the "TDS Protocol Error" message. We have seen this message occur under different situations and mostly it is a SQL or network related issue. 

* You have network connection issue between the application and the SQL server.

* There is another backup happening when the application tries to back up the database.

In most cases, when you re-schedule the backup to a different time (outside of operational hours), the issue will be resolved. 

If you continue to receive such backup failures even after scheduling it to different hours, please keep us posted.

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