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Old 11-26-2008, 05:11 PM
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Originally Posted by dnanian View Post
We cannot copy *from* a network drive -- we only write *to* a network drive (in an image).
So to clarify:

We cannot copy *from* a network drive

So that means I cannot open SuperDuper on Mac1 then log-on to Mac2 and tell SuperDuper to back up from Mac2 onto Ext.HD1? I'd only be able to copy from Mac1 onto Mac2?

... we only write *to* a network drive (in an image).
When backing up on the network, does SuperDuper create the 'image'? Or do I have to do that with DiskUtility?

Thanks for helping me understand this. First time using software like SuperDuper.

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