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Always busy now during backup .. wh

Always busy now during backup .. wh

Always busy now during backup .. wh

Always busy now during backup .. what is it??

GFRN-DATABASE\D:\profile\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\Network\Downloader
                          qmgr0.dat : Bkp : 209 - Object is busy
                          qmgr1.dat : Bkp : 209 - Object is busy

RE: Always busy now during backup .. wh

This file is used by the Background Intelligent Transfer service.

To free this file, NET STOP "background intelligent transfer service"

The Background Intelligent Transfer service (BITS) is installed by the Windows Update Automatic Updates Client 2.2 program, Microsoft Software Update Service 1.0, or as part of Windows 2000 SP3.

BITS is a background file-transfer mechanism and queue manager. Requests to BITS are submitted and the files can be transferred in a throttled way so the user is not affected by the bandwidth that is consumed. Requests persist across disconnections and computer restarts until the files are transferred, at which time the requesting program is invoked and notified that the transfer is complete. This feature makes it possible for low-priority download operations to complete in the background without affecting the user's bandwidth. BITS is a background component and has no user interface, nor can it be uninstalled. This component is a part of Windows Automatic Update.


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