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Posted on 2006-06-30
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Please help.

Job ended: Friday, June 30, 2006 at 2:57:13 AM
Completed status: Failed
Final error: 0xa000fe1f - The device cannot be found.

Final error category: Resource Errors

 

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Backup - FP-DC1OFO: Initialization failure on: "\\FP-DC1\Shadow?Copy?Components". Advanced Open File Option used: Yes.
OFO: Snapshot error (0xfffffe1f): The device cannot be found.


Unable to attach to \\FP-DC1\C:.
Unable to attach to \\FP-DC1\C:.
OFO: Initialization failure on: "\\FP-DC1\Shadow?Copy?Components". Advanced Open File Option used: Yes.
OFO: Snapshot error (0xfffffe1f): The device cannot be found.


Unable to attach to \\FP-DC1\E:.
Unable to attach to \\FP-DC1\E:.
OFO: Initialization failure on: "\\FP-DC1\Shadow?Copy?Components". Advanced Open File Option used: Yes.
OFO: Snapshot error (0xfffffe1f): The device cannot be found.


 
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prashsax earned 1500 total points
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I think its the same problem as this one.

Take a look at it.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Windows_Server_2003/Q_21592502.html
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by:dijitaldemon1
ID: 17018590
Thanks!! I figured it out, I think, a few minutes ago.  Running a test run on it now.
Everything looked good, but the service did not run on one of the servers.
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