Many mid-level or better routers let you plug-in an external drive to use as a shared file location, or NAS. I have one of these. I want to use that as a local backup storage for laptops (since laptops usually don’t have room for a second, backup drive). I mapped that as Drive G: on the Windows laptop.
Duplicacy won’t recognize Drive G:, it only recognizes physical drives. Nor can I get duplicacy to recognize \C2600-SHARE\sda1\duplicacy or ftp://192.168.1.1:21, the router does not offer sftp as an option–since it’s all inside the LAN.
I don’t use Windows much, but I’m stumped. Every piece of equipment we have can see & access the NAS (even the televisions), except duplicacy. What am I missing?