Occasionally, you might get a warning saying a backup has failed. This could be for a number of reasons, perhaps you have no permission to access a file, or maybe the destination has run out of space, or the connection to the destination became lost or interrupted.
You can review recent backup 'events' by clicking on 'Events', and then clicking the button '...' next to any event.
If you use the App in a private context you can install the license on up to 2 Macs. If you're using Baccus for your business, you must purchase a license for each Mac.
If you require a larger number of licenses or a site license, please get in touch.
In macOS, you can't rely on a network share being mounted all the time. In order to back up your data in an efficient and non time-consuming way, we mount your NAS shares in the background. There are no passwords stored by Baccus — this is handled by macOS itself. Once a backup completes, Baccus will unmount the share automatically. Baccus will not interfere with any connected shares.
Simply have any destination available, either plugged into your computer, or have your computer on the same network as your NAS. Start typing into the Search field, and you'll see search results populating the results list. You can then select the file you want, and click 'Restore' to save to whatever restore location you choose.
By design, we also ensure that all files can be easily restored outside of Baccus, simply by browsing the destination folder structure in Finder.