I just tried to access my My Book 1 using the rescue disks from both Acronis 2009, and Acronis 2010.
If I selected NDAS from the menu I could not go any further because it asked for a NDAS Device key.
If I selected FTP form the menu, I could access my files without a problem. Of course I had previously enabled FTP access under the network configuration of the MyBook.
When I first tried looking for the MyBook under the Network heading, I could not find it. I then logged into the MyBook and changed the workgroup name from the default “WORKGROUP” to match the workgroup name of all the other devices on my network, and the MyBook became listed under computers close to me.
So I have no problem accessing the MyBook with Acronis. I can use either FTP or Network to access it, but selecting NDAS will not work as some of you have already discovered.
I just can’t explain why I had to set the workgroup name to match my other devices. Acronis should not be aware of a workgroup name when I boot from the rescue disk.