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Old 10-01-2007, 08:52 PM
syndicatedragon syndicatedragon is offline
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Actually, the manual mounting might be helpful in my case as well. I have a network volume (SMB) that requires a username and password. I need to schedule as root so the backup always runs (daemon support would be spectacular!). However, I can't seem to add the username and password to the root keychain. Instead of the normal "login" keychain, it prompts me for the password to something called "X509 Anchors" keychain, and the root password doesn't work! In fact I have been unable to ever figure out what this password is! Anyway, long story short, I'm going to try this manual mounting and see if that fixes my problem.

It would also be great if we could have access to the shortcuts that SuperDuper! uses to mount network shares! I then could add the username and password directly to the shortcut. Could that be a potential future addition as well?

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