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I have NTBackup running everynight on a domian controller and would like it to backup a folder on a terminal server member server as well.  What sharing permissions do I need to put on this folder if I only want it shared for NTBackup?  I don't want users to have access to this folder across the network.
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When you run NTBackup, what is the user name it is using?  The only permissions that you need to give to the folder are those of the NTbackup computer.

I am somewhat unclear as to the setup of your NTbackup, but assume that a user most be logged into the NT domain to initiate the software via "task manager".  That user should be the only one that would need access to the folder.

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