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Old 06-27-2007, 02:22 AM
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I am having trouble restoring my .ubd backup files to my new virtual machine (hosted on Windows Virtual Server 2005 R2). Perhaps someone could be of assistance...

What I've done so far...
  • Backed up Disks 0, 1 and 2 on a physical Microsoft 2003 SBS
  • Created a share on another physical server which is also the virtual server for my new virtual machine
  • booted my new virtual machine into the ultrabac restore agent

What I aim to achieve...
Restore Disks 0, 1 and 2 to the new virtual machine

When i try and access the UNC share, i get access denied, and i can assure you the permission are correct. Also when i type in the full address of the share, (\\x.x.x.x\d$\UltraBAC\SBS\Backup) I get the error that the folder/file cannot be created.

Any input you guys could provide would be great,


David Prince

Technological Business Solutions Ltd.

The Ferns, 6 Derby Road, Belper, England DE56 1UU
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Old 06-27-2007, 07:01 AM
Derek Beaney Derek Beaney is offline
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Hi David,

Lets try this:

1. Drop to a command prompt (view -> Show tasks --> New task --> Type CMD)

2. Type: net use * \\computer\sharename /user:domain\user it then should prompt you for a password. the share name would be where the backup files are kept. Here is an example:

net use * \\server1\d$\backups\monday /user:domain1\root

3. When the command is done it will tell you what drive letter it assigned. Next go back to ubdr. then go to: select --> devices --> backuppath (tab) and create a new path, pointing to the drive letter you just made.

That should work, if not please let me know!
Derek Beaney,
UltraBac Software
Test Engineer / Beta Manager
Phone: 425-644-6000
Email: Derek@ultrabac.com
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Old 06-28-2007, 03:25 AM
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Error (1312 - A specified logon session does not exist. it may already have been terminated) connecting to \\\sbsrestore as administrator
I'm using a local-link (RFC1918) network, because i dont want the new virtual SBS server to conflict with the physical SBS server which is currently running.

would it be possible to restore the image while the virtual machine is on our company network? for example, taking the new virtual machine off the network as soon as the recovery has complete? would this avoid any conflicts?


David Prince
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