Apple frequently publishes updates to Mac OS X. Occasionally these updates make changes to the web setup that can break the web interface for MassTransit. This article describes how to ensure that MassTransit functions properly after updating your Mac OS X installation.
Acronis Files Connect versions 10.0.4 and later have been tested for compatibility with macOS 10.12 ‘Sierra’. If you are running an earlier version of Acronis Files Connect, please install 10.0.4 or later to support Sierra client Macs.
Why are my Intel Macs getting a Connection Failed 2 error?
This error only happens if you are connecting to Microsoft Services for Macintosh (SFM) using the custom Microsoft User Authentication Module (MSUAM). This issue does not affect Acronis Files Connect because it uses either the built-in DHX or Kerberos User Authentication Modules which work fine on the Intel Macs.
As noted in a previous Knowledge Base article, there is a bug in Mac OS X 10.5.6 that causes it to report no search results when searching against AFP servers other than Mac OS X 10.5, including Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP), Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger), Mac OS X 10.3 (Panther), and Microsoft's now discontinued Services for Macintosh (SFM) on Windows 2000 or Windows 2003.
During backup of your Mac, you see the following error in logs:
Request failed. Parallels Desktop is not installed.
As Acronis True Image for Mac has a possibility to back up Parallels Desktop virtual machines, during the disk level backups it sends to the system a request to check whether Parallels Desktop is installed.
Using Acronis True Image 2019 and later you can duplicate all your data and make macOS bootable on your new hard drive via Disk Cloning. You can use this to migrate to a new Mac computer or to clone the system to an external HDD and have a bootable copy of the system.
You can transfer your existing Acronis True Image license to a new computer, if the previously used computer becomes retired and is no longer used. In other cases, a new Acronis license must be bought for the new computer.
Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office(formerly Acronis True Image) is available in three packs (tiers): 1 computer, 3 computers, 5 computers.
If you have a 1-computer subscription, you can upgrade to a 3-computer or a 5-computer subscription. A 3-computer subscription can be upgraded to a 5-computer subscription.
To upgrade to a 3-computer subscription, you need to purchase an Acronis True Image (Essentials, Advanced or Premium) for 3 computers. Three 1-computer subscriptions cannot be automatically summed up into a 3-computer subscription.
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.
Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office supports Macs running on Apple silicon processors.
Acronis True Image 2021 supports Macs running on Apple silicon processor starting from Update 5 (Build 39229).