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I am trying to use Time Machine to backup a Leopard Server to a NAS at a Remote site across a VPN.  The Server can get to the NAS share no problems.  I can put files on there all day.  However when I try to setup time machine to backup it doesn't even see it.  Any suggestions or I deas?
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Time Machine is not supported across the WAN.  I do believe the disk must be on the local LAN for this to function.
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