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McAfee Data Backup is asking for the log-in credentials of the destination machine. Please try entering the credentials of the machine where you are trying to backup.
Please let us know if you have created a domain in the home network.:)
Thanks for the reply. I actually have a couple of stand alone network drives. One is a western digital "My book world edition". This is a stand alone drive with its own network controller. The other is an Apple "Time capsule" with a 500g harddrive built in. It is my wireless router/network storage solution for mac. I can read and write to both drives from vista and mac with no problem. When McAfee tries to write to either one, it asks for a password. I've tried all of the user logins and password combination's I have. None work. McAfee is clearly trying to establish a connection other than a regular read/write that a computer would make. I've tried mapping the drives with no success either.
I am having this same problem.
I recently had to replace the hard drive in one of my networked computers (NOT my back up drive). In reconstructing my network I have come up with this problem. McAfee Back Up asks for a username and password before allowing me to store data to my back up drive. (This is a new request.)
I have never assigned a username or password to my back up drive.
How do I get passed this?