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Hi, I started to have the 1017 error also and followed all of your suggestions. The backups seem to work okay, but at the very end, it gives that 1017 error. Question about the "specified user" my PC doesn't have a password and I don't have a domain name, so I have left the password field blank, but what would I put in the log on to: field?? Even though it does state that I can use the "local computer name" it doesn't work and when the application starts, it reverts back to local user.


I did try the

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Hello, Here is the context of the log from the backup run today:


+ Normal backup using Virgis at 9/18/2008 06:00

To Backup Set virgis2...


- 9/18/2008 06:00:26: Copying C (C:)

9/18/2008 06:21:27: Snapshot stored, 94.5 MB

9/18/2008 06:24:38: Comparing C (C:)

9/18/2008 06:26:51: Execution completed successfully

Completed: 83 files, 174.9 MB, with 67% compression

Performance: 59.9 MB/minute (47.4 copy, 81.9 compare)

Duration: 00:26:24 (00:20:33 idle/loading/preparing)



- 9/18/2008 06:26:51: Copying D (D:)

9/18/2008 06:27:15: Snapshot stored, 2,261 KB

9/18/2008 06:27:26: Comparing D (D:)

9/18/2008 06:27:31: Execution completed successfully

Completed: 2 files, zero KB, with 0% compression

Performance: 0.0 MB/minute

Duration: 00:00:39 (00:00:33 idle/loading/preparing)



- 9/18/2008 06:27:31: Copying E (E:)

9/18/2008 06:27:48: Snapshot stored, 772 KB

9/18/2008 06:27:57: Comparing E (E:)

9/18/2008 06:28:03: Execution completed successfully

Completed: 31 files, 1,495 KB, with 55% compression

Performance: 25.0 MB/minute (21.8 copy, 43.7 compare)

Duration: 00:00:31 (00:00:24 idle/loading/preparing)


Can't save Backup Set virgis2, error -1017 (insufficient permissions)

9/18/2008 06:28:53: 1 execution errors

Total performance: 53.4 MB/minute with 67% compression

Total duration: 00:27:34 (00:21:31 idle/loading/preparing)

Exit at 9/18/2008 06:29


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Hi Robin. I did as you requested and no more 1017 errors. Question, why not have the catalog file on the NAS??? If you had to restore the complete drive, wouldn't it be faster when the catalog is there??? Now, you would have to rebuild the catalog first and then do a restore..... Rather a waste of time....


Thanks for all of your help!

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