I've tried to setup my first profile. It fails to run on Schedule, despite succeeding when run manually. The error message is :
As an added, and probably related question, I would like to ask : what is the best way to install Sync Back Free on a single-user PC with 2 user accounts, one with admin rights, the other without ?Logon failure : the user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer ( 80070569)
I almost always work under my non-admin account on this Windows 7 Home Premium PC. I think I installed SBF while in that account, although I probably had to type the password of the admin account when requested.
I followed the default install. My profile is in %AppData\Local% of the non-admin account.
My preferences, for SBF use, would be in that order :
- 1. Have the same view of the software and its data (profiles, settings...), whether I'm under the admin or the non-admin account. Without having to maintain and update 2 separate sets of data.
- 2. Use and manage all SBF operations under my non-admin account, where I live most of the time.
- 3. Worst option would be having to switch to my admin account to operate and setup SBF (as opposed to elevate temporarily user rights by password, while under non-admin, which is OK).
Storing the profiles in the program folder looks tempting, but it seems to be discouraged.
Any help would be much appreciated.