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    Error -557 ( Transaction Already Complete)

    I am experiencing this problem under 7.7.533. Where can I find the installer for 7.7.341 or 7.7.325 so that I can downgrade to avoid this problem?
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    -1004 (database backup/restore error)

    Sorry that you're experiencing the same problem, but it's good to know that the problem is not unique to me. I am running the default SQL instance.
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    -1004 (database backup/restore error)

    Having not heard anything futher, I rebuilt the catalog file and I reinstalled Retrospect 7.7. I'm still getting the same result. Can you help?
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    -1004 (database backup/restore error)

    Yes, I tried the SA login, too. Same result.
  5. Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2, Service Pack 2 Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Retrospect 7.7.203 (32-bit) Driver Update and Hot Fix, version 7.7.1.102 Just upgraded to version 7.7 from 7.6. Whenever I try to backup a database, I get an error similar to the following: MapError: unknown Windows error -2,139,684,857 File "Northwind":can't read, error -1004 ( Database Backup/Restore error) I've created a Retrospect Backup User (RBU) account that is a member of Domain Users, Domain Admins, Backup Operators, and Administrators. It is not a member of any other security groups. Under Configure>Preferences>Security, I've configured to "Always run Retrospect as the specified user" and I've entered the user account info for the RBU account. Under Configure>Volumes, I've configured "Login as..." to "Use Domain Authentication" and I've entered the user account info for the RBU account. I can see all the databases listed under "SQL Server". SQL Server and Retrospect are installed on the same server. Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Backward compatibility is installed. Server was rebooted before testing. Testing was conducted while logged into the server using the RBU account. I did not try backing up an SQL database before I upgraded to version 7.7, so I can't say whether it worked under version 7.6.
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