Does the account used to back up D: have permissions to the root of the
It would help if you could provide some explicity info about the problem.
For example, output from "dsmc i d:" would be useful.
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Re: BA client 5.2.2 and Server 2003
Just installed 188.8.131.52 with the same dsm.opt file. No luck. It will *not*
back up that drive.
Just no errors any more...
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Subject: AW: BA client 5.2.2 and Server 2003
There are many problems - also that you described with the levels before
We use 184.108.40.206 and it seems that this version is quiet ok.
For open userprofiles we use ntbackup per preschedcmd, since TSM does not
support that at the moment on Windows 2003.
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> Von: Mike Bantz [mailto:mbantz AT RSINC DOT COM]
> Gesendet: Montag, 19. April 2004 16:36
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> Betreff: BA client 5.2.2 and Server 2003
> I've just installed the 5.2.2 baclient on a Server 2003
> machine, trying to
> back up to a Version 5, Release 2, Level 0.2 TSM server.
> The dsm.opt file looks like this:
> PASSWORDACCESS GENERATE
> TCPSERVERADDRESS 10.17.10.13
> dirmc directory
> ERRORLOGRETENTION 5 D
> SCHEDLOGRETENTION 5 D
> This opt file backs up every local drive on any other machine
> we've got it
> I'd just like to back up the C$ and D$, default mgmt class.
> Problem is, the
> server will back up the C$, "process" the D$, then kick back an error
> ANS1950E, that Backup via Windows Shadow Copy failed.
> I cannot query the error on the server (no text found).
> I've tried explicity including the d:\temp directory, etc to no avail.
> This is something obvious, isn't it? :-)
> Mike Bantz
> Systems Administrator
> Research Systems, Inc