This is getting no better.
I am starting from a fully clean image which I had to work very hard to get.
I stripped FBackup from every C:\user in win7. Default, any user..
I searched all of C drive for mention fo Softland or FBackup.
I went to the registry and deleted any mention there.
Mind you, this is all after deleting Fbackup from uninstall programs and a system reboot.
I went to the user's H drive, deleted any 'new backup.fkc' file that was there. I renamed the existing backup folder, minus it's fkc file and created a new empty backup folder. I have rebooted multiple times to set all these changes.
I started the Volume Shadow Copy and after my install of Fbackup and setting the source files, I checked for updates and ran them. That ran without the VSC error I was getting earlier.
I ran the first backup- same deal I have been seeing every time- "The parameter "backup" is not a valid backup job or group
There are no stray fkc files anywhere.
I do not know how to get rid of this but I NEED to know.
The backup appears to run as scheduled- there is only one backup job created.
There are no extra fkc files anywhere.
I would not think the destination folder would have to be named FBackup, it gets backed up correctly.
The backup JOB is called New Backup in the FBAckup program, my destination folder is called Backup on the user's network drive.
I am seeing this on multiple user machines. I have run out of ideas.