How to resolve "Unable to get Size for file"

If you encounter the errors "Unable to get Size for file " and "Could Not find file " in the logs then please apply the following workaround:

1. Verify if the physically exists in the desired path
2. If those files are not found physically it means, those files are deleted or moved to some other location manually
3. If those files are moved to different location, you can try adding this new location to existing backup set and try running backups
4. If those files are deleted manually, you shall remove those file/folder from the existing backup set and try running backups
5. If those files are found in the same location then, try providing enough permissions for the logged in windows user and try running backups

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