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In the job monitor, there were some jobs that didn't run on Wednesday night and I had to clear those jobs out so that it wouldn't screw up the next day's tape. When I tried to cancel those jobs, they were accidentally deleted instead of cancelled. I would like to know if there is a way to restore those jobs that were deleted?

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Nathan
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i dont think you can  but you still have the selection list profile to go with - in job setup saction
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The jobs aren't in the job setup. I'm not sure why they were completely wiped from the job setup. Although, the jobs still appear in the job history.
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probebly some bug ther is a new version if backup exec 2010r2
recomend you to upgrade.
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