Don't have much hope for this. iSCSI attached storage repo on Server 2008 R2 box.
My user sent me his Excel Recent docs listing which shows he saved file 2014Forcast V8 to mapped drive X:\accounting\2014 on Friday the 3rd. This morning he launched Excel and clicked the link and the file was not found. I verified the file is not on the server. I checked my backups which ran on Saturday the 4th and only ht e2014Forcast V7 file was included in the backup.
I did a search of the server folders near this to see if it got accidentally dragged into another location. I did a search on his system for temp files that might have gotten left over to recover the file. He is OK with recreating it but is raising some concern that File disappeared from server.
I can't think of anything to do other than unmount the entire iScsi drive and run FDISK on it. Is there some specific logfile that I can check to see if there was a write error for this file?
Can anyone think of a plausable explanation for what happened here? I've advised the user to save locally and then copy the file up to the server after the local save for now.
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