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I am doing backups to my NAS. For security reasons I want to use a technical user which is the only one having WRITE access to the backup path on the NAS. I also would like to have READ access with my Windows credentials.
I specified the credentials in Other Tasks -> Edit Defaults -> Network tab and set the NAS permissions appropriately.
Unfortunately Reflect uses these credentials only if a network connection isn't already established. Because the connection will be established ny my windows user first the backup task only gets READ access to the NAS path and the backup fails with message Backup aborted! - None of the specified locations could be written to.
The only way I found to get Reflect to use the credentials defined in the Network tab is to remove all access rights for my Windows user in the NAS.
This behavior does not make sense to me. If I specify credentials for a specific NAS path in Reflect I expect Reflect to use these credentials independent of whether a network connection exists or not. Otherwise I can not use Windows Explorer to browse/mount my backups on the NAS while securing your backups against viruses, ramsomware etc.
If other ways exist to get READ access for my Windows user while the Reflect user has WRITE access to the NAS I would be happy to if these ways could be shared with me.
Thanks and kind regards,