You can set consolidation to run automatically in Acronis Backup Server to comply with the quotas and time limits set for each profile

As a workaround, validate the backup manually

Description of the Acronis scheduling technology

This article gives explanation of why one cannot set a task to be executed at shutdown/logoff in an Acronis product when it is run in Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008. This article also provides a workaround for this issue

How to automatically rename full backups, so that they do not overwrite each other

User account under which you are trying to run the scheduled task may not have enough rights to do the task

Acronis Scheduler can only execute one task at a time

Remove the scheduled tasks, zap the scheduled tasks, and recreate the tasks to fix the issue

Manual backup to DVD works, however the scheduled one fails

Recreate the scheduled task to solve the issue

How to schedule backups in Acronis Backup & Recovery 10

This is a known issue. As a workaround, use custom scheme instead

A task scheduled to start on Wake-on-LAN fails, but starts successfully when user logs in

You need to provide Windows credentials with administrator or at least backup operator rights to let Acronis True Image start a scheduled task

Why saving an image to a mapped drive may sometimes fail

Scheduled tasks do not run when SysMetrix is enabled

The Acronis Scheduler services and/or process malfunction

Start the Acronis Scheduler2 Service to fix the issue

The backup is on an external disk which is unavailable at the time of the validation

By analyzing schedreport.txt you can find out name and SID of the user who scheduled and ran the task, as well as the name and time and date of when the task was executed.

Sample of a successfully executed task

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