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Windows 7: Toshiba NTI Backup Now EZ

18 Mar 2014   #1
chuckhig

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 
Toshiba NTI Backup Now EZ

Just purchased this today and have it programmed to backup each morning. Ran the first complete backups today with no problems. I backed up my "C" drive and all files and folders. I checked and everything is backed up. I can view and access all files or folders. However,when I log off and log back on , windows requests permission to run the program . This happens each time I log in. I have the users guide and it does not cover this situation, I cannot minimize the program either it does not have that option ,so when I log off same result. Is there a way to give this administrative rights or something I can do to correct this? I guess what I am expecting is , if I am not home for a while...such as vacations,etc,my guess is that it will not backup my system until I give administrative permissions. Hope I made this clear. The only option I see now is to let it run and not shut it off. I do not want to stay logged in . Admittedly this is the first usage but I assume this is what will happen tomorrow when it runs for the first time. I did just send an email to Toshiba..hope I get results,but not holding my breath. Thank you.


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19 Mar 2014   #2
chuckhig

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

Figured it out...have to go to control panel and go to UAC and reduce to do not ask. I do not like this,so am writing to Toshiba for suggestions or a fix.
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