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mLemac
post 24.01.2012 00:41
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I have the latest versions of Kaspersky Small Office Security v2 (10 licenses) installed on our local server (Win SBS 2003) and a workstation (XP SP3).
All is well but I need to setup the backup for the workstation.
While on the workstation, KSOS > TOOLS > BACK AND RESTORE > STORAGE (tab) > Create > Network Drive
I select "Browse" for path and select the folder on the server that I want to backup to.
I keep clicking next until the final screen to click finish.
I get error: "Cannot create the storage: access denied."
Entering the username and password to access the server doesn't make a difference, the error still pops up.
I don't understand I have full access to the server. I can read, write, and delete files.
Why can't I backup to the server?

Using Windows Explorer, I can actually drag and drop the files I want backed up to the space on the server.
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I was trying to setup Kaspersky to do it automatically - eventually on all the office workstations.
This is the first one I'm working on and would like to get it straight before continuing.

Any help would be appreciated.
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post 26.03.2013 20:34
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QUOTE(mLemac @ 23.01.2012 13:41) *
I have the latest versions of Kaspersky Small Office Security v2 (10 licenses) installed on our local server (Win SBS 2003) and a workstation (XP SP3).
All is well but I need to setup the backup for the workstation.
While on the workstation, KSOS > TOOLS > BACK AND RESTORE > STORAGE (tab) > Create > Network Drive
I select "Browse" for path and select the folder on the server that I want to backup to.
I keep clicking next until the final screen to click finish.
I get error: "Cannot create the storage: access denied."
Entering the username and password to access the server doesn't make a difference, the error still pops up.
I don't understand I have full access to the server. I can read, write, and delete files.
Why can't I backup to the server?

Using Windows Explorer, I can actually drag and drop the files I want backed up to the space on the server.
blink.gif
I was trying to setup Kaspersky to do it automatically - eventually on all the office workstations.
This is the first one I'm working on and would like to get it straight before continuing.

Any help would be appreciated.

I had the same problem. I finally phoned them and while I was talking to them it just magically started creating the backup. It was the same name and password I've used from the start. Sorry not much help but keep trying.
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