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About mobidutch

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  1. This does not seem to be working with Mountain Lion 10.8.2. I am trying to use a shared folder on a Windows 7 machine and used the makeImage.sh method. It copies the sparsebundle to the share, but Time Machine refuses to see the attached volume as a valid backup location. Also tried the manual command: sudo tmutil setdestination afp://user:password@ipaddress/TimeCapsule - with user and password as a valid (Admin access) username and password to connect to the Windows server, - with ipaddress being the IP address of the Windows server - with TimeCapsule being the name of the shared folder This gives me error: - Failed to open session. (error 64) The backup destination could not be set. Any suggestions? Thx!