Unable to Backup Files with Error 800700B7

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Performance' started by Scottg, Feb 1, 2007.

  1. Scottg

    mgillespie Guest

    It's not a NAS device as such, but a dedicated Linux PC, so I load
    whatever version of SAMBA I wish.

    I have tried the latest 2.0.34, and it still does not work, and I am
    pretty sure it's a Vista issue, rather than a SAMBA issue, as I should
    be able to backup to any network server I wish, regardless of server
    OS...

    Seriosuly how tricky would it be, so that if the logon and password
    credentials are blank, to not store the credentials. The point is, I
    can access the network shares perfectly in explorer.
     
    mgillespie, Feb 20, 2007
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  2. The latest Samba is 3.x.x:
    http://us3.samba.org/samba/history/samba-3.0.24.html. Backup must be able to
    not only read/write/delete files but also set ACLs on them. We must protect
    the backup file, and to do this, the SAMBA version must support this. If
    there are bugs or other issues in the SAMBA code that don't allow us to set
    ACLs, then we can't use that share as a target.

    Give the latest version a try and see if that helps.
     
    Jill Zoeller [MSFT], Feb 20, 2007
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  3. Scottg

    mgillespie Guest

    Sorry, typo on my part, I am running Samba Version 3.0.24
     
    mgillespie, Feb 20, 2007
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  4. On your Linux server, you need to create an account that is not root and
    allow it full access (meaning read, write and most important change ACLs,
    sometimes called all access) on the share and on the files.

    Unfortunately I don't have instructions for doing this. NAS boxes usually
    have a web UI that you can use.

    When you can perform the following steps successfully from the command line,
    then Backup should be able to use it as a target:

    - net use with the account against the share
    - create a file on the share and put some small data in it
    - the owner of the file should be user used in net use
    - change the ACL of the file using cacls.exe
    - delete the file
    - create a directory on the share
    - the owner of the file should be user used in net use
    - change the ACL of the directory using cacls.exe
    - delete the directory

    Backup does this programmatically to determine whether the account has the
    necessary access.
     
    Jill Zoeller [MSFT], Feb 20, 2007
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  5. Scottg

    Kelly64 Guest

    Update re- my previous post. I checked the firmware specifications fo
    the Linksys/Cisco NSLU2 firmware V2.3R63 which I am using. Apprently
    it is using Samba 3.0.11

    I'm curious what NAS devices Microsoft actually tested, seeing as ho
    Linksys/Cisco is probably one of the more common ones. Perhaps
    listing of tested/supported NAS devices that Microsoft knows work
    would be educational
     
    Kelly64, Feb 21, 2007
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  6. Scottg

    Jeff Guest

    I'm having this same problem; however I'm using a Maxtor 1TB Shared Storage
    II NAS drive. It is at the latest firmware from Maxtor 3.1.26 and I cannot
    see any indications as to whether it is SAMBA or not.

    Has anyone successfully backed up to the Maxtor Shared Storage II drives?
     
    Jeff, Feb 22, 2007
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  7. Scottg

    marciton Guest

    hello,
    same issue here with my new LaCie Ethernet Disk mini - Home Edition

    any news of this issue ?
     
    marciton, Dec 11, 2007
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    cenit Guest

    same issue here, with my two iomega StorCenter 300 GB (firmwar
    v.1.27)

    I'm unable to use built-in backup feature of Windows Vista Ultimate x6
    SP2 on this NAS. Error 800700B
     
    cenit, Oct 4, 2009
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  9. Scottg

    Guest Guest

    C:\Users\David Candy>net helpmsg 183

    Cannot create a file when that file already exists.
     
    Guest, Oct 4, 2009
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  10. Scottg

    mdes0 Guest

    Just found the answer! Use the username everyone and your admin password
    for your NAS device. Everything works after that... I'm using Vista x64
    and a WD Mybookworld NAS.
     
    mdes0, Oct 25, 2009
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