That must be some conscientious group of users you have there. Maybe an
applescript could make this work.

The backup server is designed around the principle that users will never
initiate a backup of their own, at least not according to any reliable
schedule. Even if this is going to be part of your backup scheme, I hope
you will continue to run regular backups at night off the server... user
backup is too important to be left to the users!

Kristin Connelly wrote:
> I'm running the Mac version of Retrospect and each night the backup
> server backs up all of the client machines.
> I would like to write a script that will allow each client to use the
> control strip module to initiate an immediate backup during the day
> at a time of their choice, but I don't want this script to try to
> back up the client computers on its own.
> Is there a way to make such a script?  Is there a way to use the CSM
> to do an immediate backup up if the client is not part of a script
> that is active all the time?
> Thanks in advance for your help.
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