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How to get Retrospect to see mounted sFTP volumes as a source?

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Hi There,


I have a bunch of sFTP volumes mounted on the OSX desktop.


How do I get Retrospect to see them as a source to be backed up? I can copy data from these volumes in the Finder so everything is working on the OSX side.


Any help would be much appreciated.





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Thanks for that, we're using Retrospect 10.2.0 (201). I guess I thought that if OSX was handling the mounting, it's just another volume?


Anyway, backing up websites is kind of a pain, it would be nice if Retrospect could use SFTP or SSH - having a backup of company assets in the normal backup (in addition to online backups) would be really useful.

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