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Old 04-09-2008, 11:34 AM
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There isn't, no -- but if you set things up properly, you can give permission for all users to read/write a drive.

The second issue is that you have a scheduled copy but you're not logged in when it runs. Leopard -- unlike all previous versions of the OS -- runs "user" tasks when you're not logged in, but then "blocks" the task, causing it to spin before we even get a chance to quit. We're looking into how to work around the problem; you can use Activity Monitor to "quit" the 'applet' process.
Thanks. I will make sure not to log out on the days the backup is scheduled.
Good explanation on the problem. I couldn't figure out why it was doing it. That is very helpful!

I have everyone can read/write on the external. I have a feeling it may be related to iphoto then. There are times when iphoto kicks up an error about needing to repair the library, and asks for the admin password. Good to know it is not related to my backup app...
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