Thanks for your response. I have now read the referenced article, but am in the same place. Not sure how I specify alternative network locations where there may be available space that are not part of the machine/drive where Roon resides along with the media files.
As part of my home network, there is a Mac Mini (Media File and Roon on external drive), MacBook with external drive (Seagate Backup Plus), iMac with external drive (Fantom), and a few other family member’s machines.
In the scene shot above, Roon and the media files resides on a machine called Mac Mini MyBook 2TB. (located in my basement Media Room.) So that is the main location as far as this discussion. I want to have backups done to alternative locations such as iMac Fantom HD Backup which is in my home office and connected to an iMac. There is room on this partition as not much else there. So without going to Dropbox (which I have also set up), I do not need an internet connection to restore from this Fantom HD Drive location.
When I try to schedule backups in Roon 1.3 using these alternative locations, they do not appear as an option to select and schedule. I am asking how I specify them.
Here is what the backup screen looks like. So yes, Dropbox is there and the drive where Roon resides in my basement. But that is the issue. I do not want backups on the local drive in case it fails. I want to go to other locations on the home network, especially the USB drive attached to my iMac which does not show.
So my question is how do I specify these other locations on my home network that do not show in Roon? They show in Finder (in Mac OS), but I do not know how to specify as a backup location in Roon.