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NTBackup error when running

Posted on 2007-11-18
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I have setup a scheduled task to run each night at 9pm. It was working fine up until about a week ago. Since then it won't run when scheduled. The error code is 0x1f. If I right click and manually run it, it will run without any problems.

The setup is as follows.

PC 1 - OS: Server 2003
Running is just a workgroup server. Not as part of any domain. Just as a terminal server for some accounting software.

PC 2 - OS: Windows XP Pro
Again just running as a workgroup.

Each night at 9pm PC1 (Server 2003) runs ntbackup to copy a folder within the c: drive to a folder on PC2 (XP Pro) The folder on PC2 is setup so that anyone can make changes to the folder. So I don't think it's a security permission thing.

Any help would be great.
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C:\windows\SchedLgU.Txt will give you the relevant information for the failure

Have you tried deleting the task and recreating?

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Customer has gone with another backup options. Thanks for the help.
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