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FreeNAS -> Clients Via UNC Path
The Clients are all Windows 7 Home Premium. (Ugh)
How can I automatically have one of the clients incrementally backup all the data on the server via UNC path?
If/when the FreeNAS box fails I will need to gain access to the files quickly. Having a external HDD that I could just plug into an exiting Windows box would be ideal. I'm not too worried about speed in this case.
Have one client do an incremental backup on an external HDD.
What I have done thus far
Using Corbin Backup 10 with convert UNC paths off:
Mapped drive Z. The source directory "Z:\" doesn't exist.
Using Corbin Backup 10 with convert UNC paths on:
The source directory "\\FreeNAS\files\" doesn't exist.
Using Corbin Backup 10 with convert UNC paths on, impersonating NAS user:
The user local\<UserName> couldn't login: Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password The source directory "\\FreeNAS\files\" doesn't exist
Windows backup doesn't show the mapped dive as an option.
I'm using xcopy as a temporary fix. I would us xxcopy but it requires an elevated cmd.