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Retrospect 17.0.1

StorCentric has issued Retrospect 17.0.1, the first maintenance update since the major Retrospect 17 (9 March 2020) upgrade with improved Disaster Recovery support for macOS 10.15 Catalina and 10.14 Mojave. Many of the changes are focused on storage groups, resolving an issue with media requests on certain backups, improving Unicode support in storage group names, fixing a bug that caused Skip to New Member to fail if the source hadn’t been backed up before, and addressing a problem that prevents a rebuild for a storage group not at the root of a drive. The release also fixes a bug where large destinations sporadically caused incorrect media requests, addresses a configuration issue that made backups hang during export, patches a memory leak during polling, and fixes a bug for exported configuration of NAS share paths.

Retrospect 17 is free for customers with current annual support and maintenance contracts, and the company also offers a variety of pricing options for new and upgrade purchases. A free, fully functional 45-day trial version is available. ($49 for Retrospect Solo and $119 for Retrospect Desktop new, free update, upgrade pricing available, 151 MB, release notes, macOS 10.8.5+)

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