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asked PCL XL error Warning: IllegalMediaSource
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answered PCL XL error Warning: IllegalMediaSource
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comment Scheduled robocopy fails with error 3 (Creating Destination Directory)
Though not the exact issue, it narrowed down the problem. After using user account (and not running at highest privileges), the folder is found without problem (or at least the /TBD works)
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accepted Scheduled robocopy fails with error 3 (Creating Destination Directory)
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comment Scheduled robocopy fails with error 3 (Creating Destination Directory)
@user Turns out that the opposite was the case and I never noticed. I had "Run with highest privileges" checked and the automatic run ran as administrator while manual runs ran as User. Changing that also fixed missing folder, so I guess /TBD switch started working. Put it up as an answer and I'll accept it.
Jul
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comment Scheduled robocopy fails with error 3 (Creating Destination Directory)
Attempted that with identical conditions and net use, same issue. Second run worked fine. I recall having to deal this issue in the past when using Synctoy. Tried using dir to attempt to list directory contents and thus connect, but it never worked correctly.
Jul
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comment Scheduled robocopy fails with error 3 (Creating Destination Directory)
The user account is used in both cases
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asked Scheduled robocopy fails with error 3 (Creating Destination Directory)
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Windows Machines dropping connection to local linux site
It could perhaps be a server misconfiguration, though that doesn't seem very likely in your case. Still, you should add information about your HTTP server and version and perhaps anything special you're running with it.
Apr
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comment Apache error 0xc000007b
Added some more info - sfc /scannow is likely to be the one that fixes things up.
Apr
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revised Apache error 0xc000007b
Added more info
Apr
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answered Apache error 0xc000007b
Mar
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revised ProFTPd and SELinux: mkdir Permission denied
Fixed formatting
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suggested suggested edit on ProFTPd and SELinux: mkdir Permission denied
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comment Irregular internet disruption: certain images and JS not loading
Not exactly familiar with terminal server, but this sounds suspiciously like a user saturating available ports with requests, sort of like when establishing too many P2P connections - HTTP requests take a while or just get dropped, in my experience. I would check what exactly clients were running, or perhaps, as already suggested, wireshark the traffic and see what's what.
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answered Protect webmin access with username/password
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answered Set “expires” in nginx for multiple vhosts
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comment Nginx rewrite rule “^/([a-z0-9]{32})\.png$” not working (used to work on Apache)
rewrite_log should give you some basic info. If possible, I would also try making a completely blank server config with just that rewrite, just to make sure that the rewrite itself is the problem.