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AT command and Backup

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Anonymous
April 14, 2004 1:13:21 PM

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Hello, I have a problem, can you help me?

I use a AT command to scedule my Backup.
The AT command sets a batch file to be executed every day.
The batchfile has to start the backup.

I can see that the batchfile was executed, cause I added some extra
functions in it, like to rename a test file.
But is did not start de backup. But when I start the backup manualy by
double-clicking it, it starts the backup correctly!
Does anyone know why the combination of these two function won't work?

thanks,
Erwin
The Netherlands

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Anonymous
April 14, 2004 1:13:22 PM

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Remember that mapped drives will not exist when no one is logged on. Use UNC
path instead. Also make sure the at service account has permissions to
access the resources.

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Dave Patrick ....Please no email replies - reply in newsgroup.
Microsoft Certified Professional
Microsoft MVP [Windows]
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"Erwin Dukker" wrote:
| Hello, I have a problem, can you help me?
|
| I use a AT command to scedule my Backup.
| The AT command sets a batch file to be executed every day.
| The batchfile has to start the backup.
|
| I can see that the batchfile was executed, cause I added some extra
| functions in it, like to rename a test file.
| But is did not start de backup. But when I start the backup manualy by
| double-clicking it, it starts the backup correctly!
| Does anyone know why the combination of these two function won't work?
|
| thanks,
| Erwin
| The Netherlands
|
|
Anonymous
April 16, 2004 5:18:37 PM

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The drive to be backupd is a local drive (D:)  and the service is using the
system account.

My backup batchfile:
ntbackup backup d:\ /v /b /l"c:\backup\backup-N.log" /t normal
ren c:\backup\test-normal.txt okee-normal.txt

regards,
Erwin
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> Remember that mapped drives will not exist when no one is logged on. Use
UNC
> path instead. Also make sure the at service account has permissions to
> access the resources.
>
> --
> Regards,
>
> Dave Patrick ....Please no email replies - reply in newsgroup.
> Microsoft Certified Professional
> Microsoft MVP [Windows]
> http://www.microsoft.com/protect
>
>
> "Erwin Dukker" wrote:
> | Hello, I have a problem, can you help me?
> |
> | I use a AT command to scedule my Backup.
> | The AT command sets a batch file to be executed every day.
> | The batchfile has to start the backup.
> |
> | I can see that the batchfile was executed, cause I added some extra
> | functions in it, like to rename a test file.
> | But is did not start de backup. But when I start the backup manualy by
> | double-clicking it, it starts the backup correctly!
> | Does anyone know why the combination of these two function won't work?
> |
> | thanks,
> | Erwin
> | The Netherlands
> |
> |
>
>
!