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Old 08-31-2005, 09:16 AM
mcthomas mcthomas is offline
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Partition Naming Issues


I have resolved in my mind why the full backup should be named for the original HD, e.g. Macintosh HD as you point out in the manual. Similarly why the user backup should be named for the home directory short name particularly when a single user is involved.

What remains an open question is how the alias's from MacIntosh HD will track to the safety clone which for possibly only editorial purposes you have named Sandbox.

Or is Sandbox a unique capability of Super Duper or naming peculiarity that does not need attention to the identical name issues. In other words can the partition reserved for the safety clone be named anything without jeapordizing the safety clone's functionality? Or is it best if it is in fact named Sandbox.

More and more comments in the discussion groups are complimenting you on your outstanding product and noting your patient support - rightfully so.

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