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  1. Hi, I'm wondering if there is a way to list all added clients with client versions? It would be nice to be able to see which should be upgraded. As a matter of fact, I would like to be able to see a list that gives easy overview of client info, such as IP, last back up etc, without having to export it.
  2. I know it's quite simple (albeit time consuming), but that's what I wanted to avoid. In this day and age, I would assume that setting a default folder for a set of computers rather than individually would be possible, especially since I surmise it's the most common folder to backup for OS X macs. Although it seems it is not at all possible? Scanning through all the files is wholly unnecessary in my case, and seeing as OS X contains 100s of thousands of more files than OS 9 did, well, that is something I want to avoid. On the whole, I feel Retrospect is much the same as when I ran it ten years ago, nothing more, nothing less. What about saving filter rules, for example, so they can be used for several backup sets? But thanks for your reply.
  3. Hi! This has to some extent been discussed in Topic#27292, but my question is slightly different: Since I have about 100 OS X machines that I want to backup, I'd rather add them to folders, and then set the /Users/ folder to be backed up on all of them. This, of course, is doable either by using path or folder name, but it takes a lot of extra time scanning the entire volume each time. What I want to do is that it ONLY scans and backups the /Users folder, skipping the rest of the / folders. Is that possible, and if so, how?
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