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  1. the Retrospect installation guidelines for the new 10.5 downloaded disk image clearly state... To install the Retrospect engine: 1. On the machine you want to make the Retrospect server, insert the Retrospect CD or double-click the downloaded disk image to mount it on your desktop. 2. Double-click Install Retrospect Engine. 3. When prompted by the Installer, enter an administrator’s username and password, then click OK. 4. Follow the Installer’s instructions. ok, no install CD, so installing from the downloaded disk image there is no "Install Retrospect Engine" as there was in the past. nor is there any obvious way to install the Retro Engine through the Console. what am i missing?? George Massenburg longtime Retrospect user gmlllc@earthlink.net