Why is "Interactive user" required on the storage node?
I am in the process of converting backing up to an UNC path to a storage node (on the same server)
Before we just backed up to \\server01\acronis-vol1 and that worked fine with the domain credentials we have for backups.
When I installed the storage node on server01 and tried to specify h:\Acronis-Vol1\StorageNode , it keeps repeating login requests.
Specify the credentials for 'bsp://server01/Vol1-Server01-StorageNode/'.
So I tried to specify the storage node path as \\server01\acronis-vol1\StorageNode and the backups fail with:
Error code: 65520
Message: Logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer
So issue seems to be that it requires interactive user permissions to write to a file share as a storage node (or to a local file) but we have a specific policy in place that we do not allow non-human accounts to have interactive login permissions. Because if I put in my personal credentials in, it works, because I am a human with interactive login ability.
Is there a way around this? If it matters, the storage node is not the main Acronis server. We can call that "Server02". And I don't see why it can't write to local drives on the server.
Again, if I do not use the storage node and I simply use the \\server01\Acronis-Vol1, then there's no issue.
Server02 Runs the Web Interface, and the catalog service
Server01 Runs the storage node service.