JStrickland Posted April 4, 2002 Report Share Posted April 4, 2002 I am running Retrospect 5.0 Workgroup on an OS 9 machine. I have two OS X clients. I have a small problem that often prevents me from getting a good backup of these machines. Whenever Retrospect is finished backing up these machines it turns off the client. I then have to remember to go a physically turn the client back on if I want these machines to back up the next night. Is there a setting I am missing? I read in the documentation that the OS X client is supposed to run in the background as a daemon. However, the only way I can get Retrospect to see the client is to actually launch the client myself and then hide it. This is fine other than the above stated problem. Does anybody have any suggestions? I don't mind having to start the client myself if I can at least get it to quit turning off after each backup. I have a feeling that the problem is in my script where I have Retrospect set to shut down clients after backup. If that is the case I will have another problem. I need that setting for my OS 9 machines. Is there some way to have it active for OS 9 machines, but not OS X machines if that is what is causing my problem? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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