cannot move the Netbackup folder from 1 volume to another

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cannot move the Netbackup folder from 1 volume to another

My DS918+ is running DSM7. I have 2 volume with NetbackUp folder running on vol 1 (raid 0)
I would like to move the NetBackUp folder from vol 1 to vol2 (which is SHR)
In Control Panel/ Shared Folder, I selected the folder, then "Edit" then "General" and tried to define the folder location as vol 2.
However when I tried to save the change, DSM informed me that the action cannot be performed due to rsync default shared folder.
(Please refer to clip attached)

As such how can I delete vol 1? I wish to free up the 2 HDD in vol 1 and expand vol 2 to cover the 2 HDD thus free to from a SHR-2 Raid

Thanks

Tony
 

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Never seen the error, but suggest you have a look in the rsync settings of the configuration screen.
Maybe switching rsync ->off helps, you can re-enable it after the copy.
 
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