Backup to Network Hard Disk using Symantec Backup Exec 12.5 for Windows Servers

I have a network hard disk from Iomega which is purchased recently, I want to take backup using Symantec Backup Exec 12.5 for Windows Servers to the network HDD. But every time the job getting fail, is their anyway to take backup to network hdd using Symantec Backup Exec 12.5 for Windows Servers??
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Hedley PhillipsOwnerCommented:
I take it you have run through the docs on creating a Backup to Disk folder?

If so, what is the error you receive when the job fails? Also check in Event viewer for any BUE related errors.
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cgordon81Commented:
Does your nas applicance / hard drive support using a CIFS share?  I assume your using some type of nas appliance, but if it's just a simple soho device this may not be possible.
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