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Topic # 67523 3-Sep-2010 10:56
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Well...... What can I say......

Anyway, I can still access the shared folders, and the backup appears to be running as well...  Just can't access the console anymore...

I will attempt to document the process I will be going through to get this fixed.  If anyone has any idea on what I could try, please feel free to add to the thread :)

Awesome way to start the weekend 8)



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  Reply # 376181 3-Sep-2010 11:02
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Step 1: I have an urge to run outside and get a external USB drive to back up those shared folders while I still have access to them... Anyone has any recommendation on a good external USB drive?

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  Reply # 376202 3-Sep-2010 11:48
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Thanks Mauricio!

Indeed, after reset WHS console, I was able to get in there again.  For anyone who may be interested, it looks like this: http://bit.ly/9sV1Aw

This is a strange issue (for me) - I don't use any add-on, or run any services, or fiddle with it.  Note to self, must find out the root cause......



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  Reply # 376336 3-Sep-2010 17:07
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It appears to be working fine again.

I've found some NullReferenceException in the event log correspond roughly to the same time when I had difficulty using the console.

Does anyone has recommendation on good strategy for a backup for the backup? :)

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