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By mike ·
How do I get around the access denied error? I am getting this error while adding a user to the removable media/media pool/free. I am using the administrator account. I removed all users in the free media pool in hopes of repairing another error I was getting in the ntbackup utility. (account does not have permission to access removable media - which was again the administraor account) If I check the security tab in removable media, I can find administrator account with user/mod/control. I think that I have file corruption. I would like to know how to reinstall removable media and ntbackup. I cant find an option in windows to remove and then add ... so I assume that it would have to be done the hard way! Does any have any ideas?!?!?

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by PhiltheGreat In reply to win2k "access denied" med ...

I have found a source related to your situation; but it is long; so I give you the link.
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q265/4/87.ASP?LN=EN-US&SD=gn&FR=0&qry=%26quot%3Baccess%20denied%26quot%3B%20media%20pool&rnk=2&src=DHCS_MSPSS_gn_SRCH&SPR=WIN2000
SUMMARY
Using Remote Storage (RSS), you can create up to three media copies of master media (tape). The master media houses files that you want to move from local hard drive storage to remote storage thereby using less of the expensive tape media. If you have media copies, you prevent having a single point of failure should the master media get lost or damaged.

Creating media copies require two basic steps, specifying how many copies are desired, followed by running the Synchronize Media Copies wizard. You can view more detailed steps in Remote Storage Help.

NOTE: Run only one media copy job at a time to ensure that the master media and tape drive resources are available to complete the task. Multiple media copy operations cannot be run concurrently.


MORE INFORMATION
After the Synchronize Media Copies wizard closes, the media copy is created in the following order:

Each time the wizard is run, a scheduled task is created using the name "Remote Storage Media Copy n" (where n is the copy number), which is used to initiate the media copy set.


The copy task starts an RSS process, RsLaunch.exe, which performs the following functions:


RSS records an event message in the Service log:
Event Type: Information
Event Source: Remote Storage
Event Category: Engine
Event I 2001
Description: Remote Storage is beginning to synchronize a copy set.
RSS queries Removable Storage Manager (RSM), and locates media of equal or larger capacity to use for the copy. RSS traverses the Remote Storage pool, and the Free Media pool, it queries RSM for the media properties, and it looks for free media that is available

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by mike In reply to win2k "access denied" med ...

This is remote storage. The question I posted was related to removable storage.

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by PhiltheGreat In reply to win2k "access denied" med ...

I have found a source related to your situation; but it is long; so I give you the link.
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q265/4/87.ASP?LN=EN-US&SD=gn&FR=0&qry=%26quot%3Baccess%20denied%26quot%3B%20media%20pool&rnk=2&src=DHCS_MSPSS_gn_SRCH&SPR=WIN2000

Error list is as follows: If you want to ask for more; please check your error code; and post more info.
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q163/1/11.asp?LN=EN-US&SD=gn&FR=0&qry=%26quot%3Baccess%20denied%26quot%3B%20media%20pool&rnk=1&src=DHCS_MSPSS_gn_SRCH&SPR=WIN2000

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by mike In reply to win2k "access denied" med ...

There is not error code! Access denied! From removable storage. I have found the ans from MS Q235032.

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