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Unable to connect to network drive???

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I am using arcserve backup 9 for windows. I want to restore a session to a drive on my network but as soon as the job starts I get disconnected from the network drive.When I did the backup arcserve was running and the tape library was connected directly to the machine that I want to restore to. Now the arcserve server is on another machine and the above error is occuring.
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Check to see if the backup device and the network card are using the same interrupts or memory space.  
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I can do backups all day long, so unless the restore proceedure uses a different interrupt then I don't think that that is the problem. Could permissions have anything to do with it?
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arcserve is a tempremental beast, can you resore the session locally? and make a mental note "when you get some cash buy Veritas Backup Exec" :0)

Ive had similar probs with Arcserve 2K and bright Stor Ive had to resore locally and copy back to the destination (which is not good)

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ThanQ
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