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Hi - I'm using Server edition to backup server plus mapped network drive (z:). I can see the drive in Windows Explorer but Retrospect is complaining it can't access the z: drive (with a -1116 error). I have tried various logins with no luck - what could be wrong? Thanks Ed.

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Hi Ed,

 

Quite likely it's a permission problem.

You might be able to get it to work after reading this KB-aritcle (this is about a NAS, but could be aplicable in your case):

http://kb.dantz.com/display/2/articleDirect/index.asp?aid=9637&r=0.1814844

 

What version of Retrospect are you using?

 

Is there a reason you use a mapped network drive instead of the Retrospect client?

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Hi again. The mapped drive is a NAS and so I can't use a client. I have tried what is suggested in the article but with no luck. Do you have any further suggestions?? Thanks Ed.

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To add to Robin's question, is your NAS running its latest firmware?

 

If you have set it up according to the KB, there shouldn't be a reason it doesn't work. Unless the NAS does something weird with its permissions.

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