Can't share folders after installing TI10

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by MrBear, Jan 18, 2007.

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  1. MrBear

    MrBear Registered Member

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    I installed TI10 and discovered that I could no longer share any of my folders using simple sharing with other users on a peer to peer network. They will get an access denied message.

    Note: I had not even performed any backups or other activities I just installed from a retail boxed version of the program I purchased at COMPUSA.

    The problem remains even after disabling all firewalls. However, when I uninstalled TI10, I could share my folders again.

    I have GOBACK 4.0 and Ghost loaded on the system. Does either program have an incompatibility with TI10 that might cause this result?

    Has anyone seen this before?

    Thanks
     
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    Go Back has been incompatible with TI in the past, and it looks like it is more incompatible with TI 10.

    Uninstall Go Back and try again.
     
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    Good thought. Norton/Symantec products often set the irpstacksize incorrectly. I've seen this on systems with Norton Antivirus.
     
  5. MrBear

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    You were both right!

    If I uninstall GOBACK I can share folders again. However, by setting the IRPStackSize to 20 I am able to have both programs installed.

    Naturally, GOBACK must be disabled (not uninstalled) before doing backups or cloning but this is true for any drive imaging program (e.g. Ghost, DriveImage) .

    Thanks for clearing up the mystery. Paid support at Symantec did not have a clue.
     
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    I'm glad we could help. Thanks for the feed back.
     
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