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Once connected - You need to open the drive.
You'll notice in the right box - the 'Data' folder is called a 'Sharepoint'
That means it is a drive - if you are trying to add a file here - it thinks you are trying to add a drive to the Time Capsule.
Thus, you can't drag into the top folder (your Time Capsule) without opening the drive.

Double click on the 'Data' folder to open the drive.
You'll see your TM backups there and this is actually the root of the drive and you should now be able to create new folders and drag data over to the drive.

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