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  1. Hi Berend I tried two options: not to (auto)connect the two NAS in the finder but only do through Retrospect to (auto)connect to the two NAS my defining them as "login items" in my login account under "System Preferences/Users & Groups" Both leads to the exact same behaviour as described above. Many thanks for any hints or directions. Cheers, Tom
  2. I am using Retrospect 10.1.0 (221) on a MacMini to back up several Mac clients as well as three NAS devices. I have two (Synology) NAS in my LAN, both with different IP addresses. I experience several strange behaviours, probably all related to the same underlying problem: I add NAS 1 as a source with afp://IP_address_NAS_1/share_A --> Share A is correctly mounted as a source in Retrospect I would like to add my second NAS 2 with afp://IP_address_NAS_2/share_B --> Instead of mounting my second NAS under "sources", the "machine name" of NAS 1 is changed to the machine name of NAS 2. No second share is mounted In order to narrow down the problem, I tried several things: If I remove NAS 1 as a source in Retrospect and then try to add NAS 2, Retrospect adds again NAS 1. However, with the IP address of NAS 2 but with the share name of NAS 1. I can only add NAS 2 if I power down NAS 2 --> I am able to add each NAS independently, hence the login process to each NAS seems to work fine. Unfortunately, I can not add both NAS as sources in Retrospect I added NAS 1 with afp://IP_address_NAS_1/share_A. Alle fine. If I want to add a second shared with afp://IP_address_NAS_1/share_B, Retrospect does not do anything --> it seems that the number of possible NAS sources is somehow limited to one There was a posting late March, which seems to point in a similiar direction, but I did never see a resolution: http://forums.retros...and-nas-shares/ Any hints are greatly appreciated. Cheers, Tom
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