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We're trying to figure out how to make Kerio Connect 8 back-up to a network hard drive.

The path in to this network hard drive in Windows etc. is "\\ND-XS\backup\Kerio\".

However when we type this in as the location where Kerio needs to put its backups, it gives an error saying "The marked field contains errors".

Anyone who knows a solution to this? Thanks

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If I remember correctly, you cannot use network location for backup or archive. You can mount the network drive and do it that way, but it has bee advised that it might hit performance issues. But then again if it's a backup, it would be running out of working hours at night so should be ok to do.
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We backup using mounted NFS exports just fine. We host on CentOS.

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Our KC 8.0 is running on Windows 2003, and we back up to a windows share just fine.

On the "backup" tab in the admin console, in the "Target Directory" area, you need to specify the username and password to use to authenticate to the target share. Of course, make sure the specified user account has access to that share.

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