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Roll back a project schedule in Project Server 2010

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I’m wondering if there is any possible way to get a prior version of one of the Project Schedules?  It appears I am having serious issues with Project Schedule in Project Server 2010.  I made all kinds of changes yesterday and when I opened it today the tasks were completely out of order.  So, could you let me know if this is possible?
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If you have a backup, that's the way to go.
Also have a look at the following:
http://us.generation-nt.com/old-project-schedule-replaced-by-new-schedule-help-120856791.html



Gary
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The answer could have been used as a fall back for the best solution was an Administrative restore from with the application.
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