I am having a TON of trouble getting TI to do a scheduled backup to a workgroup share. I have an XP Home box on my network that I use as a basic server; computer name is "Server" and all the machines on the network belong to the workgroup "LAN" (no domain specified). All the server's drives are shared at the root level. No problems accessing any of the drives or folders from any machine or program, including TI for one-off backups. Since the one-offs work okay -- I'm doing one right now -- I know that TI can access the network share without problems. When I create a scheduled task, I can specify the location of a new image file, say "\\Server\Nightly\Backup.tib", or choose an existing file to which I want an incremental backup appended. But, I get all the way to the end of the scheduling wizard and it keeps giving me fits about the username and password, regardless of the form I use. Say the local account on the server box is "Mike" and the p/w is "ABX". I have an IDENTICAL local account on the machine to be imaged (i.e., "Mike" and "ABX"). When I try to enter this info in the last screen of the scheduling wizard, it tells me that the logon info is wrong. This happens whether I specify a username of "Mike" or "Server\Mike" or "LAN\Mike". If I click through the warning to complete the task anyway, I can complete the schedule creation. But when I try to run the task as a test, I get the error "Logon failure: unknown user name or password." BTW, this happens whether I enter the username and password in TI's window for specifying network logon, early in the scheduling wizard, or whether I choose the option to have TI try to log on automatically. I've tried everything -- using the "Administrator" username and password, not specifying a password -- nothing works. Lots of folks have posted about username and p/w trouble here, but I can't find any suggested fix that works in my case. Any ideas?