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Old 11-20-2008, 03:18 PM
ashok77 ashok77 is offline
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Time Capsule

I'm sorry to ask this but I wasn't 100% clear on the responses I read in other posts.

My current set up consists of a MacBook Pro, a Time Capsule 1tb and a WD My Book Home Edition. I currently have all my movies and music sitting on the Time Capsule and the My Book is currently empty. What I'm looking to do is have the My Book be my back-up drive and have Superduper copy all the files from the Time Capsule to the My Book.

Is this possible? I know that since the Time Capsule is considered a network drive it appears greyed out in the drop down menus. Will there be an update to allow network drives to be copied? Do I need to work the opposite way and keep all my music on the My Book and back up to the Time Capsule (ie. somehow get a sparse file on Time Capsule, don't have time machine)?

Thanks.

Ash
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