I’m a fan of Cobian Backup, the best FREE backup software that I’ve tried. In fact, I’ve been using Cobian Backup for the past 7 years already!
However, when I upgraded the software this morning, I encountered a problem wherein the program can’t create the destination directory. The destination directory is located on another PC but connected on the same network. When I tried to write a file using Windows Explore onto the directory, it was successful!
What could be the problem? How can I write using Windows Explorer while Cobian Backup 10 can’t? It’s actually on Windows permission rights. The Cobian Backup I installed is setup to run as a Windows service. Almost all Windows services are using the “Local System” account. However, the other PC won’t let the “Local System” account to access the directory.
What are the possible solutions?
First make sure you (or the Windows user) have the required access rights. You can easily test this by going to the destination directory and copy a file there.
Second, change the installation mode of Read more…
This position is responsible for developing and executing manual and automated test scripts using standard methods and processes to ensure all products developed meet internal quality guidelines prior to release. In addition, this position will work with development teams during technical walk-throughs to identify improvement opportunities at the source code level. This position will work with project management and technical leadership to enforce strict quality standards.
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Be an integral member of a team that is building a new product with robust, scalable, n-tier, server- side components using the latest technologies from Microsoft.
Work with Product Domain Experts to create appropriate test scenarios and scripts for all phases of QA testing.
Perform client and server side testing.
Perform functional, regression, integration, load, stress and performance testing.
Perform back-end testing.
Perform UI and test suite automation.
Log and follow up on defects/issues accordingly.
Document test procedures and results.
College Graduate in CS or related field.
Working knowledge of .NET architecture, C#, ASP.Net, Web Services and SQL.
Proficiency in using one or more of the following QA testing software tools: Visual Studio 2005, ACT, Quality Center, Quick Test Pro, Win Runner, Load Runner or similar.
Experience testing ASP.NET applications and web services.
Iterative (Agile) testing experience helpful but not required.
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Senior Software Developer – Lead Role
The successful candidate should have not less than 5 years of professional development experience, at least one of which should be in a leadership capacity. Leadership in this context should be primarily technical in nature, including mentoring junior developers, inspecting developers output, and being the de-facto technical guru on one or more projects.
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Superior English communication skills, both written an verbal are requirement as position will require a high degree of communication with international project stake holders and team members.
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• Software as a Service
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• Active Directory / ADAM
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