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  1. So I have a script that backs up my network, including a sometimes-connected laptop. If it's there, I definitely want it included with my nightly backups. But when it's not there, I get a slew of errors. While I understand these errors are to be expected (at least the way I have it set up), I am wondering if there is a more elegant way for Retrospect to know that if the laptop is connected, back it up - and if it's not connected, stop trying and stop spitting out errors for 20 minutes.
  2. Maybe I am missing something, but I don’t see any way to configure the Retrospect Client so that proactive backups only happen when on AC power. I’d rather not have my laptops decide to back up when they are not plugged in, particularly since those backups often fail when the laptop goes to sleep. Is this something which could be added in the future, or is it already there and I haven’t discovered it? Thanks!