Bombich Software actualiza Carbon Copy Cloner 4.1.11 más compatible con macOS Sierra


Bombich Software actualiza Carbon Copy Cloner 4.1.11 más compatible con macOS Sierra

Carbon Copy Cloner poca o casi ninguna presentación necesita en nuestro mundo Mac porque es la app por excelencia para realizar copias de seguridad de nuestro Mac cien por cien seguras. Es la mejor forma de clonar un hdd a un SSD por ejemplo.

Carbon Copy Cloner 4.1.12 ha diferencia de otras apps similares para Mac, permite copiar los datos críticos del volumen y eso te garantiza copias de mac osx bootable, nada más fácil para restaurar sin problemas.


Mejoras en esta versión Carbon Copy Cloner 4.1.11

Implemented a workaround for a macOS bug in which IOKit retains copies of virtual device objects for some hard drive enclosures when the devices are physically detached from the system. The presence of that remnant leads IOKit to create a new, duplicate device when the hard drive enclosure is reattached to the system. The presence of the duplicate device is usally harmless, but it would lead to errors from CCC backup tasks about duplicate devices having the same unique identifier. This problem appears to be specific to some Western Digital enclosures and occurs primarily on macOS Sierra, though we have seen one report on OS X 10.11.6.
Fixed a cosmetic issue in which the "time elapsed" value noted in CCC's Task Plan was errantly longer than the actual elapsed time.
Fixed an issue in which CCC would fail to validate a NAS volume at the beginning of a backup task if the NAS credentials username contains an "" character.
macOS Sierra's Finder obstinately refuses to remove system items protected with System Integrity Protection flags even when those items reside on an external volume (and are thus not actually protected). This version of CCC adds a "Delete a SafetyNet Folder" option to CCC's Help menu to help people that want to manually remove items from CCC's SafetyNet folder. Please note that CCC's automated pruning of the SafetyNet folder is unaffected by this Finder-specific matter. CCC will continue to automatically manage the SafetyNet without any additional effort on your part. This new feature is entirely for people that want to manually remove system file-containing folders from the SafetyNet.
Fixed an issue in which CCC would ask for authentication credentials for a NAS volume (e.g. when selecting it as a source or destination) despite that CCC already had the credentials for another sharepoint on the same NAS device.
Addressed an edge-case scenario in which CCC would report that it was unable to locate the source or destination root folder on a NAS volume when that NAS volume had been mounted by the logged-in user (vs. mounted by CCC at the beginning of the task).
Fixed an issue in which CCC would report that it lacked a password for the email notifications account if the username for that account contained a "/" character.

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