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Brightstor 11.1 files on NetWare 6.5 sp8. error E3208

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I am currently having an issue when trying to restore files from Brightstor 11.1 files on NetWare 6.5 sp8.
I can back the files up, but when I try to do a restore I get an error E3208 Write error while restoring.
I have checked the forums and the restore user only has the "logged in" Clearance
I have tried to do a test backup and restore a file on the same volume, so that no drive differences (flags etc) could be the problem. The restore user has full admin access, so that shouldnt be an issue, can anyone think of anything else???
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