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krisGrafx

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Hi everybody,

I try to plan a network backup with my kerio mailserver, however i cannot manage to reach te network folder with kerio.

in the target backup directory field I put the following UNC way :
"\\ComputerName\SharedFolder\"

When I click on the "Apply" button I have the error message

"Permissions missing for the following directory..." But on the concerned directory I put all access right for everybody, even guets...

What shall I do to make it work ?

Thanks

Chris

[Updated on: Fri, 23 March 2007 14:50]

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RPC_Admin

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I know I was getting a similar error way back when. The sol'n was to actually type the address in rather than use the browse button..As I say though that was a handful of versions ago.
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cachedmode

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Have you specified a user account to authenticate with using the 'specify' button in KMS admin?

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satzinger

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I am on Kerio 7.4.2 build 7694 and it is still not working!!!!

KERIO - HELLO???!!
Do I have to pay for this to be fixed?
I thought I already pay with the maintenance contract I have!
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zebby

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satzinger wrote on Wed, 01 August 2012 16:26
I am on Kerio 7.4.2 build 7694 and it is still not working!!!!

KERIO - HELLO???!!
Do I have to pay for this to be fixed?
I thought I already pay with the maintenance contract I have!

We're using the same version and I can back up with a UNC path so I doubt it is a Kerio issue.
What problem is it you are having exactly?
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satzinger

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I am running Kerio Connect on a Win2000 server.
I have a new server with Server Win2008. I want to backup to the new server and then use the backup to restore to the new server.
(saves time to copy it)

I can connect without any problem from within server 2000 explorer using UNC. The permissions are ok.
I use the path \\new\keriobackup but get the error that this is not a valid path. however, within the OS it is.

Backup also works great onto the local drive.
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zebby

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I don't have a W2k machine to test with but it may be worth you having a look here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/954387
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satzinger

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I looked into that and it has no effect on my problem.
I can use UNC addressing within the OS without problem.
It is something with Kerio Connect and Win2000 Server.

I tried to do the same thing on my 2008 Server and it works properly.

Since WIN2000 is so old, I do not expect Kerio to worry about
it anymore. I will do a manual copy and then retire Win2K for good.

Thanks for the help anyway.

Oh, I found out that you have 2 FREE support calls per yearly maintenance contract from Kerio - I did not know that, so something good came out of that!
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