> Auto-mounting with Retrospect 5.0 for Macintosh
> Due to permission issues with Retrospect 5.0 and later under Mac OS X,
> Retrospect must auto-mount a network volume before the backup operation
> begins. To have Retrospect automatically mount an AppleShare volume on
> your Mac OS X desktop for a scripted backup:
> * Mount the AppleShare volume on your desktop using your login
> * In Retrospect go to Configure>Volumes and highlight the mounted
> * From the Volumes menu choose Configure (Command-J)
> * Provide Retrospect with the password to connect to the AppleShare
> * Unmount the AppleShare volume in Finder
> * Include the AppleShare volume in your backup script
> When Retrospect needs to access the volume, Retrospect will mount the
> AppleShare volume on the desktop, access it, and then unmount it when
> the execution has completed.
> Note: When Retrospect has mounted the volume, you will not be able to
> see the volume's contents from the Finder.
> If you back up a mounted AppleShare volume, privileges are not
> preserved and cannot be restored. The only way to back up and restore
> privileges from a volume over a network is to back up the computer
> using Retrospect Client Software.