Is the volume "CFBRACBRFiles.007" belongs to schedule backup pool or manual backup pool.
If it belongs to the manual backup pool , Then You need to run scanner on the schdule backup pool tape to get the information about the bootstrap ( Since the bootstrap will not be generated by adhoc backups ).
Bootstrap information is required for any DR situation and if the last backup of the NetWorker server is a manual backup this will not secure the information required for DR, as the NetWorker software will be running while you attempted to save the res, media database etc, (even if this were part of the backup) we may not get a consistent copy of the data. Rather than trying to identify the last tape used by the NetWorker server and scanning this in there are easier and more reliable ways to DR the NetWorker server. If you for any reason cannot identify volumes which have a bootstrap within them you could end up scanning several (10,100's of volumes) trying to identify the most recent. Retrieving information from a tape without knowing the position of the backup within the tape is time consuming and could significantly delay the recovery of the server.
There are two easy ways to record the bootstrap information within an environment: -
1. Run a special backup where all unique clients are linked to a group, then run savegrp -O then transfer this file (ftp, scp or similar) to 2 or 3 other servers within the environment, with at least one in a different location. This can be scheduled from Unix Cron or Windows Scheduler several times a day and then use this file to identify the volumes you need for the bootstrap and then proceed. This command gives the last 20 bootstrap backup your NetWorker server has taken with everything you need for the mmrecov command. You will not have the Client File Indexes as these will most likely be located on many other volumes so it will take slightly longer to recover the historical backup information but you will be able to start new backups of the clients at that point.