The "network communication failed" message was seen in the network
browser Retro 4.3 Mac, when i went to configure the remote: the first
two panes were OK, but the last one (Volumes) failed with the
aforesaid error message.

Thanks for the other info: the Tech Note was useful.


>Hi Owen,
>
>The "nothing in the container" error message would definitely be caused by
>the user excluding all volumes. Not the 519, network communication failed,
>though. I just quickly tested this with both an immediate and scripted
>backup from both Retrospect 4.3 Mac and 5.11 Windows. No problems. Here's
>basically all you should be seeing:
>
>+    Normal Backup using Untitled at 8/10/2000 1:01 PM
>     To backup set Backup Set D
>
>     8/10/2000 1:01:26 PM: Connected to Matt/Toshiba
>*    Container Matt/Toshiba was empty (had no volumes)
>     8/10/2000 1:01:26 PM: Execution completed successfully
>     Quit at 8/10/2000 1:01 PM
>
>Sorry, but there's something else going on here. Check out Dantz Tech Note
>415 at
>
><http://www.dantz.com/index.php3?SCREEN=tn415>
>
>and if you can't resolve the 519 with the help of that, e-mail us at
>[EMAIL PROTECTED]
>
>Regards,
>
>Matthew Tevenan
>Technical Support Specialist
>Dantz Development Corporation
>925.253.3050
>[EMAIL PROTECTED]
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Owen Watson
at home in Wellington, New Zealand


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