tdushane Posted June 26, 2002 Report Share Posted June 26, 2002 I am running Retrospect Desktop 5.5.144 on a PC (Windows 2K). I am trying to backup a Mac on my network which is running system 9.2. On my PC, I have mapped the HD on the Mac as a network drive. I have DAVE installed on the Mac, so that I can see the files from the Mac on my PC (and I can read and write from my Mac to my PC and reverse). However, when I tried to backup files from the Mac using the above version of Retrospect, I found that I get the error -1020 (Sharing Violation) on every Mac file. Here's my steps: I went to Immediate Backup, then Sources Button, which brought up the Volume Selection Window. At this window, the Mac drive, which had been mapped as an H: drive, did not appear, so I went to the Network button and navigated through Microsoft Network to My Local Workgroup which had my Mac on it. I opened the Mac and then selected the drive on the Mac to backup. My hope is that this can be made to work. I have one Mac, and the Retrospect Client for the Mac costs approximately $180, which is more than the Desktop program for the PC costs. It nicely backs up my desk PC and my PC laptop as well. Please advise. TIA Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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