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Hello,

We`ve virtualized all our servers. I installed Kerio 7.1 on a Win Server 2008 R2. No Problem!

But - i want configure Kerio in this way, that the datastore and the archiv are on a network-storage.

The backup was no problem, here you can use an unc-path.

I mapped the drives of the storage(for example "M:/mail_data/store", then i changed the configuration in the mailserver.cfg, but Kerio could not find the storage in the network.

Have anyone solved this problem?

Please give me some tips!

[Updated on: Fri, 20 August 2010 15:07]

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My guess is that you have mapped the drive under the administrator account and that the Kerio service runs under the Local System account and so does not have access to your mapping.

I don't run Kerio on Windows so I suggest you ring Kerio support and ask them if you can change Kerio to run under the administrator account.

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