Domain account Permision


We have created new domain admin accounts
We add all the admin permission under this accounts
Added the new domain accounts to the local machine but we can't use the backup sofware,  we can access the local C drive and we can move files from the C drive to another machine with this account.
Attached are screeenshots of the settings we have put under the new account and the error message we are getting


thank you.
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Joseph HornseyPresident and JanitorCommented:
So, off the top of my head, my first comment is you shouldn't apply permissions to users directly.  Instead, apply them to a group and make the users members of the group.  Trying to track down permissions given to individual users can be a nightmare when there's some sort of staffing change.

...we can access the local C drive and we can move files from the C drive to another machine with this account

I'm confused by this... your screenshot shows the C: drive gives an "Access is denied" error.

What account is the backup software using?
wcgplcAuthor Commented:
sorry I mean we can't access the C drive,  typo mistake over there.
we created the group first and added the permission to it,  but also we added the user manually to the administrator group on the local machine, just to see if it makes any changes but same problem.

thank you
Radhakrishnan RSenior Technical LeadCommented:

You need to add 'Backup Operators' group to that user who is trying to run the backup.
Joseph HornseyPresident and JanitorCommented:
Actually, the only account that needs to be in Backup Operators is the account used by the backup software.

Can you post the permissions for the C: drive?

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