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    Anything like this, but with fewer windows?
    https://dl.dropbox.com/u/65710994/Sc...53.18%20PM.png

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    Quote Originally Posted by kirchie View Post
    Anything like this, but with fewer windows?
    https://dl.dropbox.com/u/65710994/Sc...53.18%20PM.png
    ha ha no no not at all, that is what time machine should look like, i probably didnt describe it very well. just literally 2 desktop windows pop up.

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    Well that just sounds like it's buggered then :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by kirchie View Post
    Well that just sounds like it's buggered then :P

    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by tobiasclarity View Post
    I dont know if there is a problem with our time machine or if someone can enlighten me but when i am using it or i try to 'enter timemachine' it just shows 2 pop up finder windows??
    It needs to be backing up to a HFS+ volume locally or via AFP. SMB is not going to do it.

    Also don't even think about using the Backup Exec agent, it's useless. As is retrospect, but in very different ways. Time machine actually works very well, if you choose the right items you can do a complete restore from the install dvd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMcCoy View Post
    It needs to be backing up to a HFS+ volume locally or via AFP. SMB is not going to do it.

    Also don't even think about using the Backup Exec agent, it's useless. As is retrospect, but in very different ways. Time machine actually works very well, if you choose the right items you can do a complete restore from the install dvd.
    Interesting you say that about backup exc for Mac i was going to be sourcing a quote for the plugin for mac, any particulars why it is rubbish? just curious now

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