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Old 09-09-2009, 03:25 PM
kevinerskine kevinerskine is offline
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back up Network drives

I recently reconfigured my system due to a crashed mini.
BEFORE all of my external drives (one for music, one for Video, one for Docs, and one for back-ups) had been connected to a mini. This acted as a server for a Macbook and an Apple TV.

The Mini Crashed and I decided I'd run all the drives into my airport extreme...making them accessible, but not having to have to replace the mini or tether the Macbook.

it worked great until I tried to Use SuperDuper to back up the "network drives" to another "network Drive".

Simply can't be done apparently.

Can anyone explain "why"?

In this age of networks, and having less need for dedicated servers, it would make sense to be able to back up drives...where ever they are.
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