I have ten machines, managed using Site Manager, with agents on each.
They all backup to a Synology NAS.
Everything works except for two machines, which always fail with the following error.
"Image failed on [machine name] Error - Failure: User - No user - The network path was not found. Backup aborted! - None of the specified backup locations could be written to."
The image never really starts. It just sits in the dashboard queue for maybe 30 to 60 seconds and then fails.
Every other machine jumps right into the imaging routine with no such lag or failure.
The credentials are all correct, the paths are correct, the connections are tested and good. So I can't figure out why Macrium can't image these two machines.
At first I thought it might be NetNanny, because that is installed only on these two laptops. I disabled NetNanny and the images still fail.
On those two machines the macrium agent is installed in the admin user account and still fails when I am logged in on those machines as admin and while I have the agent interface open.
I also checked the link belowhttps://forum.macrium.com/10131/RE-None-of-The-Specified-Backup-Locations-Could-Be-Written-To#10132
And the one it links too, belowhttps://knowledgebase.macrium.com/display/KNOW/Backup+aborted!+-+None+of+the+specified+backup+locations+could+be+written+to
But those links didn't seem to help. Importantly, the macrium agent works fine on the eight other machines with nothing more than the "Default" entry in the Edit Defaults / Network tab. So it makes no sense that these two problem machines would need anything else in that tab. Something else must be causing this.
All machines, working and non-working, run both of the following services under the local system account:
(1) Macrium Agent Service and
(2) Macrium Service.
There is no local account on any of the machines that bears the same username and password as the shares on the NAS. So none of the ten machines has that kind of implicit access to the Macrium repository (NAS share).
Instead, the repository defined in Macrium (via Site Manager) contains the the information regarding the share, including UNC path, NAS user name and NAS user password.
So I'm still stuck.