Restore to CIFS shares fails with "Access denied. Error writing security data stream" to some directories and files.

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Problem

Running a redirected restore of data backed up from a Windows NTFS file system to a CIFS share on a NAS device, will fail with "Access denied.  Error writing security data stream" on some files and directories.  Additionally this problem can exist restoring data back to the original location after the CIFS share or volume has been rebuilt.

Error Message

"Access denied.  Error writing security data stream"

Final error: 0xe000fe36 - Corrupt data encountered. See the job log for details.
Final error category: Resource Errors

For additional information regarding this error refer to link V-79-57344-65078
 


Final error: 0xe0008488 - Compression reset failure 317
"Access denied.  Error writing security data stream"

Final error: 0xe0008494 - Corrupt data encountered
"Access denied.  Error writing security data stream"

 

The Backup Exec Remote Agent debug log (SERVERNAME-BEREMOTEXX.LOG) shows:

LP_ENV::MsgError: error 0xe0008488 processing object Servername\Directory\Filename
LP_ENV::MsgError: error 0xe0008488 processing object Servername\Directory\Filename
Compression reset failure 317

 

Cause

The CIFS share or folder permission are incorrect where the data is being restored to.

Solution

Workaround:

Run a restore job selecting "Restore all information except security for files and directories" under the "General" setting in the restore job properties.  This will get the data restored without the security settings for the file.
 

 

Applies To

SNAP Servers

Netapp CIFS

EMC CIFS

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