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e0001203 - An error occurred while creating or accessing the directory specified for this operation

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I'm getting the following error when backing up an MS Exchange information store "e0001203 - An error occurred while creating or accessing the directory specified for this operation. Check the job log for details. For additional information regarding this error refer to link V-79-57344-4611" I'm running Backup Exec 11d on a MS W2k3 server

I'm backing up to disk and the disk is enabled an on line with no space constranits
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Can you check the permission of the account that the 'Backup Exec Server' service is using and particularly whether this service has write rights to this backup drive.

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