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RSM Snapshot worked but will not allow continue to rollback snapshot.

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I create a snapshot from the RSM Template for HP servers.  The snapshot job was working successfully.  But now the job is sitting at the PAUSE state and it wont let me press continue to rollback the snapshot job for our nightly backups.  Should I delete the job and recreate it and manually remove the snapshots from our media server?  Is this a bug? Or is there another way for me to rollback the procedure.
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I think I may of found the issue.  I think they ran the snapshot via an account that did not have full Storage Admin rights.   I had to delete both snapshots manually and then it allowed me to re-run the snapshot.  
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