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Windows 7: ROBOCOPY error 53, 0x00000035

13 May 2017   #1
electrodad

Windows 7 Pro 64bit
 
 
ROBOCOPY error 53, 0x00000035

Running a windows 7 pro 64bit workstation on a network with a win2012 server DC. I have been using two seagate blackarmor NAS units copying from one to the other for redundancy. One is starting to fail so I built a FreeNAS box with more capacity and drives. When attempting to run a robocopy script manually to copy from one seagate NAS to my new FreeNAS box when I get the error 53. Yet I can map both seagate and FreeNAS units and copy files from one to another with in windows explorer. Any ideas where I could look for answers?
Thank for any help.


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13 May 2017   #2
samuria

win 8 32 bit
 
 

Welcome to the forum. Its a path not found error what is the script source you could try a ip instead of pc name what are the permissions on the drive. If you run as a shedule it will run as system so may not have permissions
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13 May 2017   #3
electrodad

Windows 7 Pro 64bit
 
 

This is the script "robocopy \\10.0.0.103\MarketZone \\10.0.0.67\MarketZoneNew /E /Z /XF *.idlk
pause" I will have to verify my premissions on the seagate NAS. Also I am running the script manually for now until I get the bugs worked out. Thanks for the input
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