I have two Macbooks (Macbook Pro and Air, both running Mountain Lion) which I am backing up via wifi with my 2TB Time Capsule. I also use the Time Capsule as a hard drive for storing stuff from a third PC.) When I go to one of my Mac machines and click on Devices-->Time Machine in Finder, I can only see the backups for that Mac only, not the other one. And yet, when I click on the Time Capsule (named "TCK") under "Shared," I can see the sparse bundles for both backups. I've gone to System Preferences--->Time Capsule and looked at the options, but none of the options appear relevant. Everything (the two backups/spare bundles and the files from my PC) are stored in a subdirectory (a "sharepoint) in the time capsule called "Data." Also, although I have remote access to the files I've stored manually on the Time Capsule hard drive , there appears to be no way to get remote access to the Time Capsule backups of my two Macs. I have BacktoMyMac enabled on both machines, so of course, I can connect to the other machine directly. But what I'm trying to do is get access to the backups for both machines. I have file sharing and Share Disks over WAN checked in the AirPort utillity, so that's not the problem. If you have any idea how I can fix this, I'd very much appreciate your help! (My knowledge of technospeak is weak, so please be patient.) I'm using MacBook Air (mid 2013) and Macbook Pro Retina (mid-2014), running OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5.