File History problem. WIN 8.1

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  1. George C

    George C

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    I run 8.1 File history backup daily for two users.
    Every day the Event Viewer shows the
    File History backup log errors, found in:
    Event Viewer>Applications & Services logs>Microsoft>Windows>File History backup
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    Error for user Judy:
    Unable to finish a backup cycle for configuration C:\Users\Judy\AppData\Local\Microsoft
    \Windows\FileHistory\Configuration\Config
    Event ID is 203
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    Error for user George:
    "Unable to finish a backup cycle for configuration C:\Users\George\AppData\Local
    \Microsoft\Windows\FileHistory\Configuration\Config"
    Event ID is 203

    The File History backup and restore functions work fine, in spite of
    the log errors in the event viewer.
    I was told to not to worry about it by a Techie, since Event logs pick up a lot of noise;
    as long as the File History is working ok.
    Any advise would be appreciated.
    Thank you,
    George C.
     

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  2. George C

    Shintaro Moderator

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    Mate,

    HERE is some information from Microsoft.
    But I would need to see the details Tab to get more information.
     
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    Thanks for the response Shintaro.
    I'm not sure what the detail Tab is that you refer to but I've attached
    what I see as a "Details" tab in the event viewer. Hopefully that is
    what you want.
    I also attached the Task Scheduler for the File History task that
    shows a successful run,
    Hope this is the data you are looking for.
    Thanks,
    George C.
     

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