Also ensure that all files have the security permissions set to allow read
access or higher to administrators, and that the Retrospect client software
was installed while logged in as Administrator.


Irena Solomon
Dantz Technical Support
> Are you using Retrospect Client on the NT Server or are you using network
> shares?
> If you are using shares, there are two sets of permissions that are in
> effect--the share permissions and the file permissions.  Share permissions
> are accessed through the "Sharing" tab of the properties dialog for the
> shared folder.
> Other than that, I'm not sure.
> Joel Moore
>> -----Original Message-----
>> I'm using Retrospect 4.3 on a Mac to backup almost all of the
>> computers 
>> on my network. Among these is an NT 4.0 server (service pack
>> 6a). I've 
>> configured the Macshare volumes per Dantz's recommendations, but I am
>> having problems with some of the non-Mac spaces. There is in fact one
>> whole directory that seems to generate a -24007 "Access
>> denied" error. I
>> could find no reference to this error at Dantz's site, so I
>> thought I'd 
>> check with the list. I'm no NT whiz by any means, so be
>> gentle. I do know
>> the basics of setting permissions and such. I've checked all
>> of those I 
>> don't see any glaring problems. I even set up a user with the
>> name of my 
>> Mac and gave it Administrator-type privileges, thinking maybe
>> that would 
>> work. Perhaps I am still missing something. Any ideas?

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