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Problem with exec 11d and NSS4000

Hi I installed symantec backup exec 11d on a server 2003 and installed a NSS4000 on network , join NSS4000 to domain. I created volume and user on NSS4000 . I can detect the NSS4000 on network , browse it with windows and exec 11d by created users. But when I want to create a Backup-2-Disk for exec 11d and specified the NSS4000 folder I get a meesage "Could not create share folder. Access is denied." I search the internet but nobody said that solve the problem. Thanks if you can help me

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  • amiro Sep 01, 2007

    Dear Sir

    Thanks for your help. I can work with my user in IE and Exec 11d by hand.

    It did not work when I want create a job or create a new folder by exec 11d.




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Its more than likely the NSS4000 and its broken file permissions - I've been 'trying' to use one for the last 6months, took one back for warranty replacement but the replacement was just as bad. The firmware for these is absolutely pitiful! Check out the Linksys forums for ongoing issues with these devices.

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Can you create folders by hand from the same account that the backupexec services are running under? if not you have to change the permissions.

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