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#602172 07/08/16 05:57 PM
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Greetings,
It has been a really long time since I've had to back up a 3.7. Does anyone know the procedure to back up to a local laptop not on a network?
TIA,
John


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John:

I can never remember.
Is 3.7 accessed through web browser or through Element Manager?

If Element Manager - Just click and it steps you through.
If Browser - send me an email. I will send you my address to your Private Message.


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4.0 and up is Element Manager, in other words all Linux systems use EM.

What you need is BRU - Backup and Restore Utility available from the Unified Manager.


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Thanks. Where I'm stuck is getting the back up to run to my laptop using a cross over cable. I connect to lan 1 using an XP laptop. I then select volume and set up as follows Lan 1 is IP 192.168.1.199:6800 My laptop is 192.168.1.108.
Volume ID is 10 Type is REMOTE logical name is VOLUME Location is \\192.168.1.108\BCMBU2 (which is a shared folder on my desktop) User Name is delllaptop\John
I hit select back up location shows \\192.168.1.108\BCMBU2
I hit START BACKUP
User Name shows delllaptop\John
Password (I enter the password I use to log into windows)
hit submit it shows the info I hit o.k I get AN Error has occurred when attempting to connect to the remote drive.
ERROR: 13 Permission denied !!
Any thoughts as to what I am doing wrong?
TIA,


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Just looking at what you have, it looks ok.

Your computer name is delllaptop ???
Try changing your computer name.
Change to 8 characters or LESS.
How about dell

Just a gut feeling.[color:#FF0000][/color]


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And try a location of C:\BCM\


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O.k. everything I had was o.k. the trouble was in the shared folder I had not checked (turned on) all the options in permissions.
Thanks for all your suggestions. Next step is to upgrade this box to 4.0.


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