I have an Azure account for storage. I have created Blob Containers for backup.
I fill in all necessary information and click on "Test Connection and a window pops up saying "The folder https://xxx./backup does not exist and it wants to create a new folder. I click NO, but then it creates a folder called “https” anyway and starts backing up.
I really don’t want to use a folder called “https” which doesn’t tell my anything. I do want to use the folder I have created prior to adding a new Backup.
Any comments are welcome.
Does it create the “https” folder as part of the connection test or once you start the backup?
Assuming you’re not putting
https://xxx./ in the “Container name” field on step 2 (Destination) of the job, what are you putting in there?
Thanks for the answer. I have elaborated with it and got the solution.
All I had to do was to fill in the “Container name” and not the whole path to it. So for example my container name would have the following URL: https://hello.blob.core.windows.net/backupnucc the only thing you have to fill in Duplicati is backupnucc and not anything else.
Also my title said Amazon which is wrong. It should be Azure. I changed that now.
Hope this could be help to others.
Thanks for letting us know what did the trick for you!