Destination error (code 1359)

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bocamike
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Destination error (code 1359)

Postby bocamike » Thu Jan 21, 2016 5:17 pm

Recently discovered my Backups were not working properly. The log file shows the following error messages Destination error (code 1359) and Destination error (code 5) see sample log file below. I am running on a Windows 7 Ultimate machine 64 bit. Fbackup was working properly in Nov but seems to have had problems since then. Not sure if it was a windows update or a permissions problem but I have full administrative rights.

[1/21/2016 11:57:28 AM] Preparing shadow copy
[1/21/2016 11:58:36 AM] Shadow copy created for drives C:
[1/21/2016 11:58:36 AM] Warning: Skipping file C:\users\Public\OBBoca01TEST.dat
Destination error (code 1359). An internal error occurred. (\\snow-2010\Macintosh HD2\mike backups\mike7\users\Public\OBBoca01TEST.dat). \\snow-2010\Macintosh HD2\mike backups\mike7\users\Public\OBBoca01TEST.dat.
[1/21/2016 11:58:36 AM] Warning: Skipping file C:\users\Public\Desktop\Acrobat Reader DC.lnk
Destination error (code 1359). An internal error occurred. (\\snow-2010\Macintosh HD2\mike backups\mike7\users\Public\Desktop\Acrobat Reader DC.lnk). \\snow-2010\Macintosh HD2\mike backups\mike7\users\Public\Desktop\Acrobat Reader DC.lnk.
[1/21/2016 11:58:36 AM] Warning: Skipping file C:\users\Public\Desktop\Boca Configure and Test.lnk
Destination error (code 1359). An internal error occurred. (\\snow-2010\Macintosh HD2\mike backups\mike7\users\Public\Desktop\Boca Configure and Test.lnk). \\snow-2010\Macintosh HD2\mike backups\mike7\users\Public\Desktop\Boca Configure and Test.lnk.
[1/21/2016 11:58:36 AM] Warning: Skipping file C:\users\Public\Desktop\desktop.ini
Destination error (code 5). Access is denied. (\\snow-2010\Macintosh HD2\mike backups\mike7\users\Public\Desktop\desktop.ini). \\snow-2010\Macintosh HD2\mike backups\mike7\users\Public\Desktop\desktop.ini.

Softland
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Re: Destination error (code 1359)

Postby Softland » Fri Jan 22, 2016 3:48 pm

Hi,

Can you manually copy some of the skipped file?
For example: C:\users\Public\OBBoca01TEST.dat

bocamike
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Joined: Thu Jan 21, 2016 5:08 pm

Re: Destination error (code 1359)

Postby bocamike » Fri Jan 22, 2016 6:42 pm

Hi,

Copying the file manually also causes an error. Therefore, I believe it is a Windows permission issue between network drives. Thanks for the help. Windows permissions can be a pain in the ass considering I am already have administrative privileges. Thanks again.


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