Problem backing up to NAS (but not a credentials problem)
For many months I've been taking an Entire PC backup of a laptop to a NAS drive. Today decided to change the backup scheme and schedule. I ran into some kind of problem and decided I should delete the old backup definition - just the definition, not the files. I then started running into
Writing full version to file: PUGET-128498 (Entire PC)_full_b1_s1_v1.tib
Error 0x1e50023: Please close the application that may currently use the file: \\MyBookLive2\Private\Puget-128498\PUGET-128498 (Entire PC)_full_b1_s1_v11.tib
There is no full_b1_s1_v11.tib file. I've got no idea where that v11 is coming from, but the file doesn't exist. Just to be safe I moved everything out of \\MyBookLive2\Private\Puget-128498. That directory is now empty but I still get that error message.
I've tried different names for the backup definition and ATI dutifully puts the new name in the file name but still complains about the _v11. What do I do now? I've temporarily taken a backup to an external drive but that's not a real solution.
Windows 10 x64 Pro, Intel i7 4771, 3.5Ghz, 16GB desktop;
Windows 10 x64 Pro, Intel i5-8400, 2.80Ghz,16GB desktop;
Windows 10 x64 Pro, Intel i7 4710, 2.50Ghz, 8GB laptop;
Windows 10 x64 Pro, Intel i5-8265, 1.80Ghz,16GB laptop;
QNAP TS-128A NAS (2TB), Synology DS218 NAS (3TB), Synology DS218 NAS (6TB), & WD MyBook 3TB USB 3.0 drive;