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Old 05-09-2007, 11:37 AM
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auto-disconnect "server" after copying files

When doing a scheduled backup over a network (to a disk image), SD! will correctly connect to the "server" (as needed) and mount the disk image file (as needed).

Is there a SIMPLE way to disconnect the "server" after SD! is finished copying? Not the disk image (that gets ejected/unmounted automatically), but the "server" itself...

If the connection is left active but the server goes "off-line" sometime later, the Mac with SD! spends a lot of time looking for the "server" at that point, which is what I am trying to avoid.

I tried an AppleScript in SD! to disconnect the "server" "after copying is finished" but that doesn't work because SD! tries to execute that script while the disk image is still mounted.

Thank you.
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