Slim Posted March 18, 2008 Report Share Posted March 18, 2008 Hello! I've inherited a Retrospect backup system, running on a Mac, and responsible for backing up, among other things, a RAID server with about 5TB of data attached. This is running the latest Mac Retrospect client (installed yesterday). Now, as it happens, the IP address of the RAID server is changing, and it's currently running with two IP addresses on the same interface. From looking through various old threads on different fora, I understand that I essentially need to delete the backup client, and start aqain. That's fine, but how do I delete it? From the 'backup clients on network' screen, I can see the client I need to delete, with status 'not logged in'. If I attempt to add the new IP address, using the 'add by address' button, I get "activator code conflict found". If I highlight the old client, I'm asked for a password, to 'log in'. Is this a Retrospect-specific password? If so, I'm afraid I don't have it. How can I get round this? What does 'logging in' mean in this context? Ultimately all I want is to have the client registered and working as a backup client using its new IP address. Thanks for any help, James Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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