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How to deselect  a excluded folder to be included in the Windows Home Server Backup

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Hi, Just wanting to know how to deselect  a excluded folder to be included in the Windows Home Server Backup.

I have a home theatre computer connected to Windows Home Server and i want to backup
the folder "Recorded TV". Windows Home Server automatically excludes this folder from the backup and i cannot find the option to deselect this exclusion.

My Home theatre PC is running Windows 7 Professional and I am using Media Center.

Any Comments Appreciated.
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Radhakrishnan R earned 1000 total points
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Which software you are using for backup your media center?
There will be an option called scheduled backup, try to change/modify it then you will get the option for include your required files.

Aslo you ca try mcBackup for your windows 7 media center backup, Please try this link for more details
http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/24631/backup-your-windows-7-media-center-settings-with-mcbackup/

"Good Luck"
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