Thanks for your clue.
I mean I'm mapping a network drive from another machine.
I modified the class (policy) and set 'yes' to
"backup network drives".
Now it seems to attempt to do so, but I still get an error
message saying: "WRN: Can't open directory K: (WIN32 5:
Access Denied)". Then I get the status code 251 because
I request a TIR file but it turns out to be zero byte.
Thanks for helping.
> From: Quarantine <Quarantine AT gsccca DOT org>
> To: "'Louis-Luc Le Guerrier'" <leguerri AT canr.hydro.qc DOT ca>,
veritas-bu AT mailman.eng.auburn DOT edu
> Subject: RE: [Veritas-bu] Can't backup Windows 2000 NTFS
drive with 3.4
> Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2003 09:58:39 -0400
> MIME-Version: 1.0
> When you say mount a network drive, do you mean that you're
creating a mount
> point or that you're mapping a network drive? Is the policy
> backup network drives or cross mount points (whichever
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Louis-Luc Le Guerrier
[mailto:leguerri AT Canr.Hydro.Qc DOT Ca]
> Sent: Thursday, July 03, 2003 9:49 AM
> To: veritas-bu AT mailman.eng.auburn DOT edu
> Subject: [Veritas-bu] Can't backup Windows 2000 NTFS drive
> I'm running Veritas 3.4 on a Solaris 9 server, with several
> Solaris and Windows 2000 clients. On one Windows client,
> I can back up local disks (C:, D:, etc...) but on this
> I mount a network drive as K:, but it cannot backup that
> In the class, I specify "k:\" in the file list, but the
> log says "Handling path K:\" like it should, but right after
> it says "Skipping path on network file system: K:\"
> Any idea how to back up this drive?
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