I am setting up an SSD drive as my boot or c: for windows pro 7 x64.
I know that they recommend shutting this off due to it being a space hog.
Is there a way to change the location that it would save to so it could still be used.
I know you can do this with most of the User files through redirect.
But I would like to also still use the restore point.
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