Thanks for your input but the terms you used still don’t help me; I need an explicit worked example to illustrate what to precisely put in the boxes of the “Add network share” screen. I previously successfully created (don’t know how!) a location entitled \DESKTOP-QK9H9Q5\Users where I was able to make several backups, but I’ve been unable to find this location since switching my Roon Core to a different music server and if I try to create it again I get the dreaded red Unexpected error box. My original Dropbox backup was also not findable under the browse function. Why is something that should be simple turn out to be so difficult? I’ve tried endless variations to put in the Add Network share box but nothing works.
Thanks for your patience. I had already shared the Music folder, which enabled me to add the network share with my previous Core. Nevertheless, I repeated the exercise and then copied the file location into the add network share box and, after having to add my Windows 10 username and password, it worked. But I’m sure I’d done this before; the only difference this time was I did it in Settings, Storage instead of Settings, Backups (but both seem to bring up the same Add Network Share box). Is there a difference? Having finally set up this location I could see my previous backups and was able to restore the last one on to my new Core.