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I need to use a 112j as the target volume for Retrospect (file backup) I had originally intended to use WebDAV as this is supported by both Retrospect and the 112j, however, there are problems with this as Retrospect doesn't correctly 'see' the WebDAV device and reports a volume size of 16,000,000TB whereas the drive is actually 2TB (there are other problems as well). What I need to do as an alternative is to be able to mount a share on the 112j over the internet and which then shows as a shared folder on the Mac desktop(OS X 10.7 server). I can then specify this as a target file for the backup software. Any ideas greatly appreciated!
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Why not just mount the remote share via AFP?
Once on your desktop, you can create an alias, and put it into your startup items, then whenever you start up your Mac, the share will be on your desktop.
I haven't used Retrospect in years and I know they've changed paradigms recently, but would that work?
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