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Error -1017 on renaming a volume

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7.6.123 w/7.6.2.101

 

Is a Retrospect "volume" a real object with its own name or must it always have the name of the underlying disk folder?

 

I want to set up separate archiving jobs for several different 2nd-level folders:

 

z:\photo\clients

z:\photo\personal

etc

 

When I create volumes for them the volumes get named "clients", "personal" etc, and I'd really like the volumes to be named "photoClients" and "photoPersonal". When I try to rename the volume I get "Trouble Rename, Error -1017 (Insufficient Permission)"

 

Is this not possible?

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When you rename a subvolume you are renaming the folder on the actual hard disk. If you get a 1017 error, then Windows would not let the folder name be changed by Retrospect.

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