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I recently turned off the automated SBS 2003 backup to resolve a problem.

The backup (to a 72Gb DAT) is now working perfectly. However, when I use the wizard in Server Management to set up a backup routine I get "An unexpected error occurre (80070002). The system cannot fin thhe file specified."

To eliminate the DAT drive, I have attempted the routine with a USB drive an get exactly the same message.

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Mike

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