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I can run scripts manually in Workgroup 5.5 but the scripts fail to execute when scheduled with an error message "Can't access backup set error -1101 (file/directory not found.)"




The backup server is NT 4.0 and the backup type is file with the backup set location on a mapped drive located on another machine.




The other computer is in a different domain, but the administrator of the backup computer can access everything on the mapped hard drive through explorer.

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You will need to set Retrospect to launch with permissions that grant access to your network shares. You may need to configure the Retrospect Launcher Service to automatically log into the shared volume using a non-"system" account for proper login to the shared network volume as follows:




Windows NT 4.0


1. Open the Services Control Panel.


2. Select Retrospect Launcher, stop the service and then click the Startup button.


3. In the “Log On As” section select This Account. LocalSystem will appear in the field to the right.


4. Change “LocalSystem” to the account you want to use and then enter your password in the two password fields. (This allows automatic backup while logged in as the specified account, or while logged out.)


5. Restart the Launcher Service.






If you continue to have problems, while in Retrospect, go to Configure > Volumes. Right click on the network volume to get Properties. Click the drive icon in the Properties window to configure the volume for auto-mounting.



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