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I am having a couple problems related to scheduling (which only started happening after the Anniversary Update). I'm running latest versions of Windows 10 Pro (Anniv. update) and Reflect (Home).
My scenario: I have 5 backups scheduled, to begin at 1:00am, 1:01am, 1:02am, 1:03am, and 1:04am -- each is a different partition and backs up to its own, separate partition dedicated to the backup. Each backup is scheduled for daily incremental, differential every Sunday, and Full for the first Sunday of the month.
I am finding that very often, the differential will run when I expect the full to run, and the incremental will run when I expect the differential to run -- and I see a Last Result status of "0x06 Conflict" in the Scheduled Backups tab. If there is a potential conflict in the scheduling when multiple backups are eligible to run based on the run-date configuration, then won't it always be somewhat random which of the backups will get to execute on the days where more than one meet the scheduling criteria (like the first Sunday of the month)?. How can I reliably get this to behave as I intend?
This morning (Sunday, 10/2/16), I found that 4 of the 5 scheduled tasks completed with a "Successful" status, but one of them had a "0x1f4" Error which (if I looked it up properly) is an error that "User Profile could not be loaded". All the scheduled tasks are set with the same user and criteria: Run for Windows Server, whether user is logged in or not, run with the highest privileges, and are using an account with admin privileges.
In addition to the 0x1f4 error this morning, all the scheduled tasks that did run were Differentials rather than Fulls. And the Last Result status on all the Fulls was "0x800710e0", which seems to be "the operator or administrator has refused the request".
When I run any of the tasks manually, they work as expected, without any errors.
I'm not a Windows expert by any means, but it seems that Windows Scheduler has gotten confused. Is there anything I can try to get things working properly? Should I delete all the Reflect scheduled items and re-create them? I'm holding off on that in case there is some useful information to be captured from my system as it is at the moment.
Any help would be very much appreciated.
EDIT: Monday morning (10/3), all the incrementals ran as expected, without any errors.