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can i have shadow copy enabled with symantec system recovery 2013

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I have a windows 2012 std server, which we have Symantec system recover 2013 on.
by habit, I use shadow copy for quick restore of small files and folders.

I've noticed that shadow copy isn't enabled on this machine. Before I activate it. I was wondering if it may have been disabled by default or if Symantec system recovery doesn't like running along side it ?

is there any reason I can't have it enabled.
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I can't see any reason it won't allow it.
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