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I am running Backup Exec 11D using Backup-to-Disk Folders (B2D).  I have my daily and weekly backups on one volume and my monthly backups on another volume.  The volume containing the daily/weekly backups is getting quite full whereas the monthly volume has piles of space.  I've already created a new Weekly B2D folder on the larger volume and modified the job policy to use this new location.  In order to free up space on the smaller volume I'd like to move these data sets over to the large volume.  How can I safely move these items to the new volume?  I know all Backup Exec services need to be stopped, I'm just not sure how to reconnect these files so they will show up in my Media sets.

Thanks for the assistance.
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