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Old 03-19-2012, 02:35 AM
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Note, though, that if you want an encrypted backup, you'll have to format the destination encrypted with Disk Utility, then Smart Update to it.
Dave, does this mean I should create a password-protected sparse disk image? I guess I don't understand what an "encrypted destination" is, sorry. I do need the backup to be bootable as well, as astrodog mentions.

I've read the SD! manual for FileVault info, and there isn't much -- I can't get a version date on the manual I'm using, but it still recommends logging into a non-FV user to do the backup, so I guess the manual hasn't been updated for FV2 stuff as you mention.

I've always stayed away from FileVault because of all these complications, but I now have SD! clones scattered around the globe, and I don't want wandering eyes on my data, so I thought I should explore FV again.
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