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How do I disable Granular Restore Technology

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How do I turn GRT off?
For jobs that have already been created from a policy:
  1. Open Backup Exec 11 and select the Job Setup tab.
  2. In the Policies section of the screen, double-click the policy name and click OK at the next dialog box.
For each 'to disk' backup template in turn:
    • Double-click the template to edit it.
    • In the left-hand list click Microsoft Exchange.
    • Untick the box 'Enable restore of individual items...'.
To change the default settings for any new templates that might be created in future:
  1. Open Backup Exec 11 and from the tools menu, select Options.
  2. In the left-hand list click Microsoft Exchange.
  3. Untick the box 'Enable restore of individual items...'.How do I turn GRT off?


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