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    We are working closely with Apple and are testing each internal build as they come out. We will put out an official statement when we get closer to the release. I think we have a few more weeks before Apple posts it. Like all Apple systems, we will make sure it works with Retrospect.
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    Lennart_T, I am shocked that you of all people would say such a thing (see the second and third paragraphs) about the UG. Since I'm sure you're just as tired as I am of dealing with the lack of UG updating, I suggest you write (which I've done) to Rod Harrison—the Chief Technology Officer of Drobo who probably now has some influence at Retrospect "Inc". If you want to impress him with a Swedish-stamped "snail-mail": Drobo Attn.: Mr. Rod Harrison, CTO 1289 Anvilwood Ave. Sunnyvale, CA 94089 USA However, if you are willing to enroll in LinkedIn—which I am not because of delete-finger tiredness—you should be able to get an e-mail address for Harrison there.
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    Oh my, x509, it appears you're back to the same situation I responded to here in a post last fall. My first suggestion would be to follow whichever of the alternatives is appropriate from the first paragraph of that post. My second suggestion would be to update your Support Case on the problem, but this time tell Support to tell Engineering that you'll go to Rod Harrison—CTO of Drobo and probably by virtue of that position now de-facto StorCentric "enforcer" at Retrospect formerly-Inc. Engineering—if you don't get some work-around in Retrospect Windows 16.5 (which I hear is due out around 20 September). A snail-mail address for Harrison is : Drobo Attn.: Mr. Rod Harrison, CTO 1289 Anvilwood Ave. Sunnyvale, CA 94089 However, if you are willing to enroll in LinkedIn—which I am not because of delete-finger tiredness—you should be able to get an e-mail address for Harrison there. My third suggestion would be to "go with the flow", and setup the Web-based Management Console per this Knowledge Base article. Of course I haven't had to do that because, as a Retrospect Mac administrator, I've had a perfectly-adequate non-Web-based Console since I upgraded to Retrospect Mac 12 (from Retrospect Mac 6.1 on a "backup server" machine that died in 2010) in 2015. P.S.: In response to x509's post below, I'd think "royally pissed" would be expressed by the following emoji:
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