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Backing up OSX with Time Machine to a Windows Server

The steps are pretty basic.  This works up to Mavericks, as of this writing.

  1. Tell Time Machine to support unsupported volumes.
  2. Create a sparsebundle
  3. Move the sparsebundle to the unsupported volume.
  4. If necessary, increase the size of the sparsebundle
  5. Mount it
  6. Tell Time Machine that the unsupported volume is the destination
  7. Run Time Machine

This is mainly for me, I’ll update the specifics as I care to.

posted on Thursday, July 03, 2014 2:08 AM Print
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