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  1. Is there any news on whether Retrospect (both server and client sides) is compatible with the new OS Lion (10.7.5) and Mountain Lion (10.8.2) releases? Thanks
  2. I have Retrospect 9.0.2 running on a 10.6.8 xServe. Client is 6.3.029 on 10.7.4 MacBook Pro When I add the client, I can only see the secondary drive the user has attached. No mention of the internal boot drive. I've uninstalled and reinstalled the client with no luck. Attached is a screenshot of what's seen from the server. The drive listed is a external drive the user has attached. Any advice?
  3. I can see my network drive in Finder and can copy, delete, move, but Retrospect can't see any of them. Is there any solution ? thanks
  4. Hello, I am trying to setup a backup script that will automatically backup from a NAS share to an external drive, I am having one problem though, each time I run the script it asks to mount the volumes on the NAS share. I would dearly love to be able to run these backups as unattended scheduled ones due to the fact that at the moment somone has to physically sit at the computer and mount the volumes on request. I have read the manual but cannot find anyway of automounting. any help would be greatly appreciated.
  5. I installed Lion on my Mac Mini that runs the engine and all was well. It backed up itself running Lion, and the two MacBooks running Snow Leopard. When I installed Lion on one of the MacBooks, it has not backed up since, but the MacBook running Snow leopard seems ok. And I agree with those who are longtime users as I am, that Retro 8 is right up there with M$ Word v3 [as I recall] buggy as all get out.
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