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  1. New to Retrospect. I'm sure this is a simple question, i just haven't been able to find a definitive answer. I'm thinking the answer is, "just the logged-in user." Just wasn't sure how to properly search the documentation for this. Environment: Retrospect 8.1 server for Windows Clients, all laptops, Win7 and OS X 10.8.3 or 4 Each laptop has a user profile, which is what is logged in, and an admin profile, which is idle. Retrospect will use a service account with local admin access to laptops. This concerns both Win7 and OS X... When I create a backup script to targeting: -Win7 - predefined "Profile and settings', or custom My Document + Desktop, will the script only target the currently logged-in user, or will it grab the defined directories for all users? -OS X10.8.3 or 4: Full system, or custom Documents + Desktop, will the script target the currently logged-in user or will it grab the defined directories for all users? Thanks
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