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#1 madmoley

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Posted 09 May 2009 - 04:12 PM

Used this free back up software but now when I try to access my backup on the web. I get the message that virgin.steek.com does not have valid certification. Havent a clue what this means and the virgin site is no help either. Any one else used this. The other problem is that it has backed up all my partners files with mine although his desktop is password protected and We had no warning this would happen. I did not add him as a user to the application. I stopped the backup when I realised his were down loading but it now runs automatically when the computor is on and has probably continued to back up his files. When I finally get access to it on the web, all his files will be accessible to me. Not what we intended. I can see this might be a huge problem for some couples but it is a minor nuisance for us. :thumbsup:
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