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What version of Protect are you using? The only time I've seen this error before is when a customer was using an EOL version, and they no longer saw the issue after upgrading.
It may be best to open a support case and send in logs so we can look into this further. Please use these steps to obtain logs:
-In Protect go to Tools > Options > Logging and make sure both User Interface and Services are set to “All”. Save.
-Stop all the Shavlik (VMware vCenter Protect) services.
-Delete all the logs from:
-Vista, 2008, & Win7: C:ProgramDataShavlik TechnologiesLogs
-Windows XP & 2003: C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersApplication DataShavlik TechnologiesLogs
(These may be in a VMware directory rather than Shavlik Technologies for v.8.0 and above.)
-Start the Shavlik (VMware vCenter Protect) services and open Protect.
-Reproduce the error/issue.
-Afterwards please zip and send all the logs.