The recommendation is to set the task to run as Administrator
The backup plan creation of a Hyper-V virtual machine fails after updating Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 Build 11345 to Build 11639
In a backup plan you specify explicitly what data to back up and apply it to one machine, in a backup policy you create a template with parameters of what to back up and can apply it to multiple machines
Make the Acronis Managed Machine Service run under the correct user account. Check that the network share is accessible
Make sure that the network share is accessible and that the Acronis Managed Machine Service is running under an account with enough privileges
Change the intended name of the archive to a different one
Acronis Storage Node does not support swapped drives. Managed vaults should only be created in permanent locations
When editing a task, you may see a message to retype your credentials
Click refresh or restart the product to fix the issue
Manual backup to DVD works, however the scheduled one fails
The backup task fails to run with incorrect credentials
This is a known issue. As a workaround, use custom scheme instead
This has been fixed.
Create a backup plan to have the backups saved to the root of the USB disk or to a certain folder on the disk
This article describes how to create a custom backup plan
Keep a copy of your backup archive in the virtual machine format ready for instant recovery
The user account, under which Acronis Managed Machine Service is running, has no Back up files and directories and Restore files and directories privileges
Backup plan created by Administrator was edited or deleted by a non-Administrator user. Recreate backup plan. It is recommended not to install Management Console on managed machines.
During an update or an upgrade the default value of the setting "Number of Simultaneous VM Backups" can become 0. As a result, machine backups cannot be performed
It is recommended to use administrator credentials (user is better to have at least Backup Operators or Administrators membership) when you create a backup plan.
When you create a backup plan, the product by default sets the access credentials of the user under which you are currently logged in on the current machine or connect to a remote machine with Acronis Agent.
To set the credentials explicitly, you will need to click Show plan's credentials under Plan parameters:
This is a known issue. As a workaround, run the backup plan manually
This has been fixed
As a workaround, restart the Acronis Management Server Service
The backup settings window is not supposed to be maximized
The differential and incremental backups are automatically deleted only when the full backup is deleted
There is no progress bar shown on a disabling or enabling operation
How to export and import local and centralized backup tasks