Q: Can APBackUp save my archive to
remote computer or to CD-RW
A: APBackup can copy archive via
LAN to Remote computer, to FTP server or through E-mail. So
APBackup can copy archive to CD-RW via Packet Writing interface. In
this case you need to install one of followings packets (for
example): Roxio DirectCD, Ahead InCD, Software Architects Write
Q: When error was occurred in the
task, it became inactive and stopped executing according to the
schedule. How can I tune the task to postpone the task if error is
A: You can do it on the “Schedule”
tab in the Task edit window. You should choice one
of three variants of behavior in “If error is occurred during the
archivation” panel. They are: Deactivate (by default), Postpone the
task according to the schedule, Repeat in N minutes.
Q: How can I save all of my tasks
and copy to other computer?
A: All tasks are saved in
Q: How can I tune tasks to
executing one after one?
A: APBackup allows you to build
chains of tasks. To do it you should choice “After executing the
task X” kind of schedule.
Q: I have very big size of data to
backup and APBackup displays error in log file. What should I
A: You should setup “Archiver
temporary folder” in program options. One more, make sure that
there is enough space on the destination drive.
Q. When I choosing source folders,
I can't see hidden files and folders. What can I do?
À. APBackup uses standard
Microsoft Windows dialog to choice folders, so you should setup
viewing of hidden files in Windows “My computer”.
Q: When I start APBackUp as normal
windows application the task work via LAN without troubles. But if
I star APBackup as service the task falls. Why?
A: That is from Microsoft Win32
“The LocalSystem account is a
predefined local account used by system processes. The name of the
account is .\System. This account does not have a password. If you
specify the LocalSystem account in a call to the CreateService
function, any password information you supply is ignored.
A service that runs in the context
of the LocalSystem account inherits the security context of the
SCM. It is not associated with any logged-on user account and does
not have credentials (domain name, user name, and password) to be
used for verification. This has several implications:
· The service cannot open the registry key
· The service can open the registry key
· The service has limited access to network
resources, such as shares and pipes, because it has no credentials
and must connect using a null session. The following registry key
contains the NullSessionPipes and NullSessionShares values, which
are used to specify the pipes and shares to which null sessions may
Alternatively, you could add the REG_DWORD value
RestrictNullSessAccess to the key and set it to 0 to allow all null
sessions to access all pipes and shares created on that
· The service cannot share objects with other
applications, unless they are opened using a DACL which allows a
user or group of users access or NULL DACL, which allows everyone
access. Specifying a NULL DACL is not the same as specifying NULL,
which means that access is only granted to applications with the
same security context. For more information, see Allowing Access. ·
If the service opens a command window and runs a batch file, the
user could hit CTRL+C to terminate the batch file and gain access
to a command window with LocalSystem permissions“