After the latest backup of an FileVault-encrypted SD was made on TimeMachine, I manually moved the its contents to another disk, then reformatted it, again as encrypted volume, and moved the file contents back to the SD from that disk.
How can I browse the contents of that backup to selectively restore some files?
Currently when I "Enter Time Machine", I get:
"The folder 'volume-name' can't be opened because you don't have permissions to see its contents".
How can I make the reformatted volume incrementally backed up basing on the latest pre-formatting backup TimeMachine stores?
I've read the earlier answer on re-associating the re-formatted volume with its ealier backup. But given it's one-way action per, I'd like to ask for second opinion that it's exactly what I need to address both parts of my question:
The following command [
tmutil associatedisk] permanently manipulates the association of your Time Machine disk. Use it only once you understand what this means. You proceed at your own risk.
If so, do I need to associate a single snapshot or all snapshots?
I've never backed up that SD after re-formatting.
MacOS High Sierra 10.13.6 (17G65); Macbook Air mid-2011.