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  1. I apologize for the cross-post; however, I originally posted this in the wrong forum.... We have two installs of Retrospect 8.1.0 (266); one is running on Windows SBS 2011 and the other is running on Windows Server 2012. Our installation on SBS 2011 is working just fine. Backups run as scheduled and media is ejected afterwards. However, on our Windows Server 2012 install, the backups run as scheduled but the RD1000 media will not eject automatically. Instead, we receive an error message stating that there was an Error Ejecting Media and that it is in use. We have to stop the Retrospect software and then manually eject the media from Windows Explorer and then restart the Retrospect software. Has anyone run into this issue before? Any insight is greatly appreciated.
  2. We have two installs of Retrospect 8.1.0 (266); one is running on Windows SBS 2011 and the other is running on Windows Server 2012. Our installation on SBS 2011 is working just fine. Backups run as scheduled and media is ejected afterwards. However, on our Windows Server 2012 install, the backups run as scheduled but the RD1000 media will not eject automatically. Instead, we receive an error message stating that there was an Error Ejecting Media and that it is in use. We have to stop the Retrospect software and then manually eject the media from Windows Explorer and then restart the Retrospect software. Has anyone run into this issue before? Any insight is greatly appreciated.
  3. System: iMac OSX 10.5.8 Retro: 6.1.230 Superdrive: MATSHITA DVD-R UJ-846 Method of backup: Backedup to DVD-R with superdrive, not Tapes. Backed up using a G5 with retro 5, that machine is dead, bought an older white iMac with superdrive for restore. Media brand: various Fuji, Verbatem, Memorex...etc. Trying to restore old files backed up years ago. When Retro prompts to insert the specified media, I insert the specified media, the media spins and loads for a while, then ejects itself. Inserted again, still ejects itself. What am I doing wrong? Googled a lot, searched dantz, roxio, and EMC. Retro 8 or 9 is not an option as it cannot read older storagesets. Thanks in advance.
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