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I have an odd problem with a Retro client. All Retro install is latest - 12.0.2 (116). Client OS is Mac OS X 10.7.x (up to date) The problem is that I have several volumes/favorites that I run on this client on a daily schedule, and at least once a week, the scripts do not run (they fail) with "client unavailable or un use" or this morning it was "client not found". These are transitory problems. By the time I get to chcking on this problem, the engine can "see" the client, and I can browse its filesystems from the console. There are no other scripts on that client that are not finishing or getting stuck. This is the only activity on this Retro client. I have tried twiddling options on the client, from the "sources" pane in the console. Noting that the options were all "turned off", I "turned them on" (Client can "turn off", "exclude itens", "stop running backups" ,etc) No difference. The latest thing I noticed is that the retro client control panel on the client says "Retrospect Client (32-bit)". This is a Core-2 DUO machine. It has 64-bit capability. Is this "32-bit" thing normal? It is the only Intel machine I have that shows this "title". Why do my backups fail randomly?