Drobo

Backup/Restore Using Macrium Reflect 7 and up

On Older Windows 10 and Macrium Reflect (backup) programs, you could point the Macrium Reflect backup program just to (in my case) Y: and give the file name and the transfer would go forward. With the latest (Win 10 or Macrium Reflect program) the Reflect program does not recognize the (Public (//Drobo) Y: ) in the computer’s listing of remote ports. Now I must either use a special (complex) process or (for example) have the Macrium backup stored to a SSD and then transfer the SSD file over to Y: for storage.

Is there a way to have the Macrium reflect directly access the Y: Drobo port?