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Notes/Domino backup LoadLibrary() call failed

Notes/Domino backup LoadLibrary() call failed

Notes/Domino backup LoadLibrary() call failed

thread480-1455574: Notes Module Error
Hi fellow Networkerer's
Just a short note to add to the LoadLibrary call failed solutions.
I had this yesterday on a system we just migrated.
It seems that installing the 64 bit version of the Lotus NMDA onto a 64 bit server (win 2008) was NOT the right thing to do.
I was getting the LoadLibrary call failed errors and no config would solve it.
Even tried the new client wizard which did give me some hints on other ways to setup the client (you dont need the config file on the client for basic setups any more).
I have the 64 bit Windows networker client installed onto the server, but with thee x86 version of the NMDA to backup/restore the domino.
Also worth noting that it will work with the old Module for Lotus license, you just need to get the correct settings in the client config.

For ref, my client config has these settings (shortened for clarity)

type: NSR client;
name: s80m01;
comment: s80m01 Domino;
Save operations: ;
archive services: Disabled;
directive: ;
save set: "NOTES:";
Backup renamed directories: Disabled;
Checkpoint enabled: Disabled;
Checkpoint granularity: Directory;
remote access: ;
remote user: ;
password: ;
backup command: nsrdasv -T Lotus;
backup config: \
"NSR_BACKUP_LOTUS_DIR:\"TRUE\"; NSR_LOTUS_DATA_DIR:\"D\\:\\\\Program Files (x\
86)\\\\IBM\\\\Lotus\\\\Domino\\\\data\"; NSR_NOTES_INI_PATH:\"C\\:\\\\Program\
Files (x86)\\\\IBM\\\\Lotus\\\\Domino\\\\notes.ini\"; NSR_WIZARD_VERSION:\"W\
1.1\"; Notes_ExecDirectory:\"C\\:\\\\Program Files (x86)\\\\IBM\\\\Lotus\\\\D\
omino\"; name:\"Lotus\"; type:\"LotusCFG\"; ";
aliases: s80m01, s80m01.ha.hella.com, aushada1v,
storage nodes: nsrserverhost;
backup type: ;
client OS type: Windows NT Server on Intel;
NetWorker version: LNMs_2012.Build.352;
enabler in use: Yes;
licensed applications: BusinesSuite Module for Lotus Notes,
"NetWorker Module for Lotus, Windows Client/1";

Hope someone else finds this usefull.

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