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    Default ANE4007E "access to the object is denied"

    I get this on my file windows server for several hundred files when backing up via the schedule but I don't if I run the backup from the client gui. The system account is being used by the scheduler service for scheduled backups. I've ruled out windows file locks since the scheduled backup is happening off hours and im running the gui back during business hours when I would expect any locks to be an issue.

    Not exactly sure why this is happening...any ideas?
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    Are the files within a specific directory? Are their permissions possibly higher than system authority? It would explain why your ID can run a GUI backup successfully.
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    It does seem to be limited to a few folders off the root of main share. However i've looked at the ntfs perms and they are unchanged. Infact these particular folders have read/write to all our users.
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