troubleshooting Question

How to do a file backup on \Users\FolderRedirections and \Users\Shares on Small Business server 2008 ?

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Michael GreenFlag for Australia asked on
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Hi,
I want to do a file based backup on :
\Users\FolderRedirections
\Users\Shares
on Small Business server 2008.

However the default seems to be that Domain Administrators do not have access to the user folders under these directories.

How can I do a file based backup of these structures without getting these sort of messages all the time ?


                         0      E:\Users\FolderRedirections\Test\
                         5      E:\Users\FolderRedirections\Test\Desktop\
          New File                   282      desktop.ini
          New File                   951      Internet Explorer.lnk
          New File                    11      Restart.bat
          New File                   715      taskmgr.lnk
          New File                  1266      temp (Sgl04).lnk
        New Dir          1      E:\Users\FolderRedirections\Test\Desktop\$RECYCLE.BIN\
          New File                   129      desktop.ini
2012/12/27 15:04:52 ERROR 5 (0x00000005) Scanning Source Directory E:\Users\FolderRedirections\Test\My Documents\
Access is denied.

Waiting 30 seconds... Retrying...
2012/12/27 15:05:22 ERROR 5 (0x00000005) Scanning Source Directory E:\Users\FolderRedirections\Test\My Documents\
Access is denied.

Waiting 30 seconds... Retrying...
2012/12/27 15:05:52 ERROR 5 (0x00000005) Scanning Source Directory E:\Users\FolderRedirections\Test\My Documents\
Access is denied.

Waiting 30 seconds... Retrying...
2012/12/27 15:06:22 ERROR 5 (0x00000005) Scanning Source Directory E:\Users\FolderRedirections\Test\My Documents\
Access is denied.


ERROR: RETRY LIMIT EXCEEDED.
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