Replay Admin Console does not connect to NAS Repository while the Domain Controller is Offline
A NAS repository is set up, or an existing NAS is in place. The NAS is no longer identified in the Replay console, but can be accessed through the Windows Explorer. In the Replay.log you noticed the following events:
DEBUG 04/02/15 15:48:37  - One or more repositories for source 'AgentName' are currently offline.
DEBUG 04/02/15 15:48:43  - Got Windows error 0x8007007b getting mount point for volume '\\HostName\CoreName'
Authentication to the NAS is not successful with the account used to Log On the Replay services.
Perform the following steps to troubleshoot the connectivity to the NAS:
Verify that the user account used to authenticate to the Replay services (set up during install and can be verified locally in services.msc) full permissions to the network share.
Verify the repository status in the Replay summary page. If the repository is unavailable an error message will be displayed stating this.
If the NAS is unavailable in the Replay Admin Console, but accessible through Windows Explorer, the problem could be with the Replay service account used. For instance, consider the following scenario:
Your Domain Controller goes down, and the Replay service account is a domain admin account. Logging into Windows is fine because the credentials are cached. Through file explorer you can still see the network share, but Replay does not. The credentials are not cached on the NAS device. In this case, to resolve this issue, you should log onto the Replay service with a local admin account, and then the connection to the NAS should be restored.