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Client Backup Failing


KiwiGlen
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I've got a Dell XPS 12 Convertible Laptop (I'm really loving it!!!) but I've got one problem, I can't get W2012e to back it up!!

 

I'm getting the following error in the event log on the client computer, I've searched the net and I can't find anything useful.  There are no errors on server.  Anybody got any ideas?  This is driving me up the wall. 

 

Volume Shadow Copy Service error: Unexpected error querying for the IVssWriterCallback interface. hr = 0x80070005, Access is denied.

. This is often caused by incorrect security settings in either the writer or requestor process.

 

Operation:

Gathering Writer Data

 

Context:

Writer Class Id: {e8132975-6f93-4464-a53e-1050253ae220}

Writer Name: System Writer

Writer Instance ID: {be3e6235-8808-4786-8740-5f78d5eff24a}

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Yes its an SSD, if you start the backup from the launchpad its says 1% and then says failed and the error message I listed in the event log

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im having the same issue and it only affects 1 of my desktops which is the one that has a ssd, im thinking it has someting to do with the ssd, if you find something post here since i am having the same issue

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Interestingly, I'm getting a similar (not identical) error trying to back up my Surface Pro, which obviously has an SSD. However, I have 4 other computers in the house that have SSDs and they all work fine.

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Oh, yes. ABSOLUTELY DO NOT PUT THE CLIENT BACKUP DATABASE ON STORAGE SPACES. 

Or in MSFT's words "Storage Spaces is meant for long term storage, not databases".

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"Storage Spaces is meant for long term storage, not databases".

 

Translation: We couldn't make it work as well as we should have so we've had to finesse it by saying it's for long-term storage.

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Or outlook files, or exchange, or SQL, or....

 

Better translation: we needed more time, but Balmer gave us a hard deadline... and we didn't want Dri--err, Storage Spaces to die again.

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