scheduled imaging across network fails

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by KTH, Aug 25, 2004.

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  1. KTH

    KTH Registered Member

    Aug 25, 2004

    Source machine:
    Windows 2000 Server SP4
    Active Directory in Mixed mode
    Logged in as Domain Administrator
    Remote share is mounted, i.e. not using UNC paths.

    Target Machine for Image:
    Windows 2003 Server Standard Edition
    Share permissions: Full Control
    File Permissions: Full Control
    No password on the image itself.

    True ImageServer 7 Build 627

    I can create the image manually across the network. I can incrementally update the image on the target machine.

    When I schedule a new image to create or update an existing image across the network it fails and the following is written to the log:

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
    <log uuid="2DB05FA4-7B1C-4D5A-9245-4674D6EDAEE4">
    <event code="2" id="1" message="Creating the image has started" module="100" time="1093293561" type="2" />
    <event code="503" id="2" message="Analyzing partition C:..." module="1" time="1093293562" type="2" />
    <event code="503" id="3" message="Analyzing partition D:..." module="1" time="1093293563" type="2" />
    <event code="503" id="4" message="Analyzing partition G:..." module="1" time="1093293564" type="2" />
    <event code="1015" id="5" message="Must be details text! User name or password is incorrect for remote resource T:\Charlotte\cdrive.tib." module="1" time="1093293566" type="4" />
    <event code="5" id="6" message="Image creation has failed." module="100" time="1093293566" type="4" />

    What details.txt is it refering to? Has anyone else had this behavior?
  2. dp

    dp Registered Member

    Feb 9, 2002
    Have you tried it with using a password on the image? I don't use the scheduler but I seem to remember Acronis telling me you have to assign a password with scheduling. I'm sure someone will be along that does use the scheduler that could verify this or not.
  3. wdormann

    wdormann Registered Member

    Jun 27, 2004
    Perhaps try using UNC paths. See my findings here.
  4. KTH

    KTH Registered Member

    Aug 25, 2004
    DP: I forgot to mention I tried that. In any case, thank you for posting.

    wdormann: Simply using UNC paths did the trick. A bug in the software I guess. Thanks eternal, and have a nice day.

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