Apple

Question:

How does Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) use TCP/IP and Appletalk?

 

Answer:

Acronis Files Connect use of AppleTalk is limited to broadcast and service discovery functions (we also support SLP and Bonjour).

Since Apple's newer AFP protocol provides a big performance advantage over AppleTalk, Acronis Files Connect uses TCP/IP over AFP for file sharing activities. We support AFP v3.1 for Mac OS X clients and AFP v2.2 for Mac OS 9 clients.  

Question:

How do I provide feedback or report bugs to Apple?

Answer:

If you believe that you have encountered a problem with an Apple product or want to suggest a change or new feature, take all three of the following actions.

Question:

I have been using the "mount volume" command to mount AppleTalk-based AFP server volumes. This command doesn't seem to work with Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) servers. What's wrong?

 

Answer:

The original "mount volume" scripting addition works only for AppleTalk volumes. This command used the following syntax:

mount volume "volume" on server "server" in AppleTalk zone "zone"

Symptoms

 1) Entire machine backup of a Mac with Apple RAID fails with the following error:

No volumes have been found while processing the 'Fixed Volumes' template 

Description

The M1 is Apple’s new silicon system on a chip using ARM64 architecture. The new chip was designed to work with macOS Big Sur and it is used inside MacBook Air with M1, Apple Silicon MacBook Pro and Mac mini with M1.

It is important to note that current versions of Acronis True Image do not support devices with Apple M1 chip.

If Acronis True Image is installed on a Mac with M1 chip, it will constantly ask to restart your Mac to run Acronis True Image.