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    NTBackup Restore - Access Denied

    I'm trying to restore data made by our 2003 server on a diff network. I'm trying to restore some files to my drive and continue to get (to the effect of)
    " Some Files Were Not Copied Over - Access Denied "

    I've changed the owner to myself. I've updated the security permissions to me and still get the same issue.

    Ideas?

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    I shared the NTbackup bkt file full access to everyone and restored. In the advanced tab, I unchecked 'Restore Security Settings'. After restoring, the destinationfolder looked empty. I then checked the properties of the parent folder and noticed the gigs of data I was trying to restore inside.. I then hid, and unhid the files and they all were visable again.
    Last edited by jmair; 11th August 2010 at 04:06 PM.

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