Here is my setup: I have a drobo connected to my mac mini and shared over afp, the root directory of the drobo contains two folders (Network Storage & Time Capsule). They're both individual shares, the purpose of each should be obvious. I have all of my other macs backing up to the time capsule afp share, I want the directly attatched mac mini to back up to that specific folder as well. I figured just doing this in the terminal would work: Code: sudo mkdir /Volumes/Time\ Capsule sudo mount -t afp afp://user:pass@localhost/Time\ Capsule /Volumes/Time\ Capsule/ however, i get this: Code: mount_afp: AFPMountURL returned error 62, errno is 62 I am trying to keep from partitioning the unit or anything like that (i already know about time tamer, don't suggest it), which is why i want to mount the afp volume locally, to restrict where the backup is. I really don't want it in the root directory. any ideas?