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  1. Finally resolved the issue. The Boot drive name had '/' in it. Removing that '/' immediately showed the boot drive in Retrospect with all the normal browse capabilities.
  2. I have Retrospect 9.0.2 running on a 10.6.8 xServe. Client is 6.3.029 on 10.7.4 MacBook Pro When I add the client, I can only see the secondary drive the user has attached. No mention of the internal boot drive. I've uninstalled and reinstalled the client with no luck. Attached is a screenshot of what's seen from the server. The drive listed is a external drive the user has attached. Any advice?
  3. To stop the engine, you'll need to go to System Preferences then Retrospect, click the lock in the lower left corner, enter an admin user/password, then click the "Stop Retrospect Engine" button.
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