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Accidentally disabled SBS 2011 Backup instead of pausing scedule

Posted on 2016-10-17
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I have accidentally disabled the SBS 2011 Backup instead of pausing schedule. Now it is coming up not configured. Is there
any way of getting the old settings/configuration  back without having to configure it again.

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Question by:floyd197
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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how did you disable it? i.e. delete the task schedule?
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by:floyd197
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from the SBS console. Yes it was scheduled.
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by:Cris Hanna
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If you re-run the wizard it should pull the previous setup as I recall
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Had to re-run the wizard and format and add the drives again. had to connect both of them at the same time to do this.
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Had t re run the wizard and format both drives while both connected
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