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My Mozy Backup seems to be failing because the "quotas" that it sees on my server are different that the quotas I see on the admin panel. Any ideas on what I need to do to get them in sync? I already tried rebooting my server.
Based on what you've described, it sounds like you're experiencing an issue where there are files that the local admin profile does not have permissions to. It's not too uncommon and it virtually only happens on servers with multi-user shares. It also only occurs with files that reside within a folder that has been entirely selected for backup.
When you're viewing Mozy's Settings window, it's running with the privileges of the currently logged in admin profile, and will display and count all of the files that the admin profile has access to. When the backup runs, it does so as the SYSTEM profile, which has access to everything. So when the backup applies the selection rules, which indicated that everything within some folder should be backed up, it obtains a handle to every file under that folder and backs them up.
Tracing the problem files can be difficult depending on how many folders you've selected using the File System tab, or through custom Backup Sets. The process is to open Mozy's Settings window and determine all of the folders that have been entirely selected; indicated by a check mark in a white box in the File System tab. Then sign in to your account and bring up the web restore page for the affected machine, and navigate to one of the folders found above. Select it and see what the reported size of it is. Then on the server, navigate to the actual local folder and right-click it and select Properties. Compare the reported size with the size Mozy reported. If they're the same, move on to the next.
In your case, I was able to obtain your configurations and it appears there is only one local folder selected using the File System tab and the rest are network shares. So on your server, go to C:\Applications and right-click QuoteWerks and select Properties and check the size and file count. It should be close to 307578 files @ 3.31GB (a small difference in number of files is normal as there could be system files that are blacklisted by Mozy).
Please let us know what you find and we'll investigate further if necessary.
Your account has a total of 29GB, but a limit of 25GB was set on the user. Sign in to the Admin Console and click Search / List Users from the left side of the page, then click on the user's email address. In the window that opens below, look for the line that says: Server User Storage Limit: 25 GB. Following that line are two links; click on the Remove link. Once that is done, you can run another backup and the machine will use the full amount available on the account.