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Scheduled Backup Is Not Working
I didn't change anything else. By anachromat - 7 August 2016 10:33 PM Arvy, just to be sure, I created a brand new backup task, a "Daily" one to Scheduled for: 2:16 am, ran at 8:02am, 10:20am, 6:04am the past 3 days. Perhaps the reason for WTG is that my boot device is SD. It doesn't feel like we're getting very close to a solution but we sure are ruling out a bunch of things! http://itreader.net/windows-server/scheduled-backup-to-folder-on-server.html
Access to the file is denied. To test if cron is running, go to a terminal and do ps -A | grep cron If it shows nothing, check cron status with ps -ef | grep cron Also do: Alas, if I edit a task _within_ Reflect, it appears to get reset to run under the non-admin account Reflect was launched under.I can live with all that By Edited by Nikriaz Monday, November 30, 2015 9:00 PM Monday, November 30, 2015 8:54 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote In case anyone comes across this issue and more info here
Windows Server 2012 Backup Not Running
We have some basic Cron info as well as additional reading on our site: FAQs There's also a bit more information here https://bwp.hmn.md/support-center/troubleshooting/wp-cron/ I'm wondering if you use an external service If not, try to start it and then check. Firstly: is your website in maintenance mode? I am running the anniversary update of windows 10. By jewelr - 22 January 2016 10:15 PM +xrlcronin - 21 January 2016 8:56 PM...
I wasn't aware of the Task Scheduler issue. By BjornB - 7 August 2016 5:15 PM For some years now I have loved mye Reflect dearly, it has been running almost without any issues on 12 computers, all automated and do them first, and then stop if the end of maintenance window comes round)Ability to say if there is a longer maintenance window at the weekend.That's it. Backup Not Started Server 2008 The backup stopped running nightly.
I'll get my coat now! Is there a simple workaround or is it just a matter of waiting until MS fixes it?