Retrospect Server 11.0.0 Build 194
Enables you to backup the content of the host Mac, but also data stored on various devices connected to your network, regardless of their operating system.
Note that the server app comes in 4 different editions: to decide which one better suits your needs, you can check out the developer’s Retrospect Server feature comparison chart.
Of course, you can also opt for the Retrospect desktop edition, but if you are looking for a centralized manner to manage the backups of multiple devices connected to your network, the server version is required.
Working with Retrospect Server is extremely straightforward due to the simple, organized user interface. Start by installing the local server and then you will be able to see it in the Retrospect Server main window, listed in the left side panel. The next step is to add all the Retrospect clients connected to your network by providing the server address and password.
In the Retrospect Server main window, under each storage location name name you can view a list of possible actions and access historical data about your activity. When you select any of the available categories, you are able to view its content in the right side of the main window.
Retrospect Server enables you to intuitively browse the available tools and set up new backup sources and locations, set up schedules, browse your past backups and even restore lost data if necessary. The most frequently used function can be easily triggered by the buttons placed on the top toolbar of the Retrospect Server main window.
To conclude, Retrospect Server provides an efficient solution for managing backups for multiple devices and can perform the task automatically, according to an user set up schedule.
Reviewed by Iulia Ivan, last updated on March 6th, 2014
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What's New in This Release:
- NewBlock level incremental backup
- FixedFix engine assertion errors (netcotop.cpp-427, soccon.cpp-491) during network backup (#4018)
- FixedFix engine assertion error when connected with Retrospect Touch for iOS (#2703)
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