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Backup Exec 10.d - Access denied to file **

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by alexenjen, Jan 27, 2010.

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  1. alexenjen

    alexenjen Thread Starter

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    I'm getting the following error: Backup Exec 10.d - Access denied to file **
    It's pretty much happening for all Exchange "mailboxes".

    What I've done so far:

    1. Rebuild backup job
    2. Test Resource Credentials
    3. Added Backup Exec user w/Admin rights -
    This account will be used as the backup exec logon account
    *I'll find out tomorrow if this #3 fixes the problem
    I tried using the "TEST" run - took too long

    Any other ideas?????
     
  2. robinofloxley

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    Try File Unlocker (upto XP?)

    File Assassin (Vista W7?

    Both available as free downloads cnet.com
     
  3. robinofloxley

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    Assassin wont delete unless you confirm. It also does unlocks.

    And probs with very long filenames.
     
  4. alexenjen

    alexenjen Thread Starter

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    what are you talking about - "file unlocker" that wont even know how to read Exchange Mailboxes and the root of the problem has nothing to do with Exchange????

    thank you for trying....please explain if I'm missing something
     
  5. robinofloxley

    robinofloxley

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    sorry just thought ur files were locked. I will shut up.
     
  6. alexenjen

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    thank you for trying
     
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