1. Do you use an administrator account?
2. Can you create a simple scheduled task from Control Panel, Task Scheduler?
3. Can you create a task for FBackup from Task Scheduler?
Thanks for your reply.
I am using an administrator account. If I try to create a task for FBackup, I proceed through all the dialogs, and I can make it to where it says I have successfully scheduled a task for FBackup 4 (I chose weekly on Fridays). I tell it to open advanced properties when I click Finish. After clicking on Finish, I get the following error:
The new task could not be created.
The specific error is:
0x80070005: Access is denied
Try using the Task page Browse button to locate the application
The same error occurs if I try to create a task for a built-in Windows app (like Calculator).
I fixed the problem. I followed the step-by-step instructions of the Answer provided by IT_Worker_drone at:
Hopefully this will help others with the same problem!
I got the same problem on scheduling for FBackUP v4.8. Using Windows 7 on my Desktop.
The program was opened by non-admin user. I created an auto back up using the wizard using a network folder to save my backups with "make mirror" setup. I clicked on the Advance Mode to set up a scheduled task according to a specific time. I selected Scheduler > Add.
Even though I chose either of the two for Execute (Main Application>Close after run & Command Line Application>Hide Window), and then at Scheduler I selected "With built-in scheduler", I'm having this error:
Error in ITaskScheduler.NetworkItem
Error Code: 0x80070005
I tried it with other type of OS like Windows XP and my laptop's Windows 7, and didn't got any problem.
I didn't use the Windows 7 Scheduler Task due to my desktop can't a task due to permission. That's why I used FBackup to automatically backup my files on my desktop.
Hoping for reply as soon as possible. Thank you.
- I didn't use the admin since there are 2 of us who are sharing the computer.
- I tried using the wizard default way to setup a schedule time for auto backup but having a status at "Next Schedule Backup: No Schedule"
I am having the same problem on multiple systems.
I cant set the schedule with neither the built in or the windows scheduler while in FBackup.
It looks like a permissions problem with the Windows scheduler.
I can, however, schedule a take through the Task scheduler.
I need to know if there is a switch to add to the fbackup.exe that will run the desired backup?
If I just point to the Fbackup.exe then the backup does not run.