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  1. Hello, We have a Retrospect 10 server with a proactive backup script, and this error appears in the script logs. "!Trouble reading files, error -519 ( network communication failed ) We have 10 Mac clients all setup to backup proatively. This error appears in the logs for various clients at one time or another. Questions: 1. What could possibly cause this error? 2. Where should I start troubleshooting? Any tips/tricks on isolating the cause, or minimizing it as much as possible so we can get more successful proactive backups. Our Configuration: -Apple MacMini, 2Ghz ZIntel Core 2 Duo, 2GB ram -OSX 10.6.8 -Retrospect server 10.1.0 (221) -Retrospect client 11.0.0 (191) Thanks for your time.
  2. We struggled for weeks with a -519 network error, causing Retrospect to stop a scheduled backup. We finally found probably the solution to this issue, and we want to share it with you. - Uninstall Dropbox - Fix speed of network in Network System Preferences to 100base-TX (without flow control or energy control) Hope this is helpful.
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