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I don't see my NAS as a backup target in 13.5 on Sierra

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Page 85 of the Retrospect Mac 13 User's Guide has instructions on "To add a share as a backup location".  However I believe you may first have to add the NAS as a Source (Retrospect Mac AFAIK needs any volume it deals with—even as a Destination— to be in the Sources list); this is covered on page 84 of the UG under "Adding a Server or NAS as a Source".   Here is a short YouTube video, created by the head of Retrospect Tech Support, on "Adding NAS Source Volumes with Retrospect 10"; it shows adding an AFP source, but I'm sure you can adapt that to using an SMB name or address.


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