Case #01971129. I have a number of FTT jobs, all pointed to the same CIFS share on a Dell DR4100, each job pointed to its own subfolder that is a repository. Those all work fine, I'm able to run FTT jobs pointed at my *.vbk's all day long.
Same device\share, a couple of other subfolders w/ *.bak files in them, these jobs failed at first w/ "Username or Password is incorrect." It's scanning the subfolders within because it'll say "out of x-number subfolders, 0 of 0 files backed up" and takes a couple minutes or so to walk down through and come back w/ 0 of 0. Folder permissions are confirmed the same, even ran View Effective Access in Windows Explorer from my tape server, logged in as our Veeam service account, all comes up clean. I can pull down copies of my source files all day long. I can change/delete all day long. Same folder permissions as my working jobs, just a different file extension. Also checked down to the file level permissions.
Support engaged via above case #. They had me change my tape server's Data Mover Service from local system to Veeam service account. It now immediately throws "Unable to Enumerate files in folder <share>."
Might need some additional help please.
Veeam B&R v9
Dell TL2000 via PE430 (SAS)