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by cobian
24 Oct 2021, 23:29
Forum: Cobian Reflector
Topic: Does not like Mapped Drives
Replies: 10
Views: 91

Re: Does not like Mapped Drives

Good. Impersonation will sometimes not mount the drivers so that won't work.
by cobian
24 Oct 2021, 23:14
Forum: Cobian Reflector
Topic: Does not like Mapped Drives
Replies: 10
Views: 91

Re: Does not like Mapped Drives

And there is no impersonation?
by cobian
24 Oct 2021, 21:06
Forum: Cobian Reflector
Topic: Does not like Mapped Drives
Replies: 10
Views: 91

Re: Does not like Mapped Drives

That's interesting. It as an application, the program should behave exactly as it is was you (the user) copying the files. Sorry, no idea then.
by cobian
24 Oct 2021, 20:54
Forum: Cobian Reflector
Topic: Backups run, but only show up on My Computer; not in the actual drive
Replies: 1
Views: 16

Re: Backups run, but only show up on My Computer; not in the actual drive

You are backing up a root drive (C:\ or D:\, for example). Those drives are sometimes marked as Hidden and System. The old program ignored those attributes. This copies them "as is". Tell Explorer to show hidden AND system files.
by cobian
24 Oct 2021, 19:59
Forum: Cobian Reflector
Topic: Does not like Mapped Drives
Replies: 10
Views: 91

Re: Does not like Mapped Drives

If you want to use the mapped drive and not the UNC path, just uncheck this option under the engine tab. But run the program as an application (or as a service but only not under the local service account)
by cobian
24 Oct 2021, 19:35
Forum: Cobian Reflector
Topic: NAS sign-in
Replies: 7
Views: 62

Re: NAS sign-in

I would use impersonation as a last resort (there are some problem with impersonation and accessing the temporary directory, for example). Your way of doing it is better in my opinion.
by cobian
24 Oct 2021, 19:33
Forum: Cobian Reflector
Topic: Does not like Mapped Drives
Replies: 10
Views: 91

Re: Does not like Mapped Drives

Should work exactly the same if you are running the program as an application. As a service, you need to run it under an user which have access rights to the folders.
by cobian
24 Oct 2021, 18:19
Forum: Cobian Reflector
Topic: NAS sign-in
Replies: 7
Views: 62

Re: NAS sign-in

It's all about permissions. If the user has access then yes.
by cobian
24 Oct 2021, 17:08
Forum: Cobian Reflector
Topic: Data wont be backupt again after deleting on destination
Replies: 1
Views: 27

Re: Data wont be backupt again after deleting on destination

I guess the task is incremental or differential? Or separated backups? If so, that's the expected behavior if running with file attributes.