vinnie Posted September 27, 2006 Report Share Posted September 27, 2006 hi All. just got my hands on Retrospect version 126.96.36.199 when purchasing a NAS (yellowMachine). Im trying to duplicate an external HDD on my main workstation (running Retrospect client and server) to a folder on my NAS. I have logged into my workstation using my main (admin) login and mapped to the NAS main drive. I can successfully create/modify/delete files on this mapped drive using windows explorer. When i try a duplicate it seems to be working however all files that are created are 0KB, if you look at the retrospect log is shows the error: can't write, error 1017. I have tried both options in the security preferences, i.e. run as logged in user (which is the same user that created the duplicate script) and run as specified. I have also tried setting the auto-login for the backup volume, using the same login details i used to map that drive in the first instance, and also using my admin login. none of these options work, its doing my head in.. can someone point out the obvious mistake im making (i hope) before i bang my head one too many times. thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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