MIG Protection Options


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capair45
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I've been reading through the MR 7.2 Knowledge Base specifically the Image Guardian section.  I know there are several ways to turn MIG on /off but I'm curious as to why a user wold want to turn it off (other than deleting an image file which can be done through the "Other Actions" drop-down menu).  Any other reasons?


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Renaming backup file, rearranging folders that contain Reflect backups (which amounts to moving backup files) as part of just reorganizing your data on a drive, using third-party file sync applications that need to be able to delete backups in order to sync the two locations (or update backups in some cases), testing things where you’re just generating and then deleting test backups, deleting a lot of backup sets since Reflect’s built-in Delete function only allows you to delete one set at a time.
Edited 11 August 2020 3:01 PM by jphughan
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jphughan - 11 August 2020 2:54 PM
Renaming backup file, rearranging folders that contain Reflect backups (which amounts to moving backup files) as part of just reorganizing your data on a drive, using third-party file sync applications that need to be able to delete backups in order to sync the two locations (or update backups in some cases), testing things where you’re just generating and then deleting test backups, deleting a lot of backup sets since Reflect’s built-in Delete function only allows you to delete one set at a time.

Thanks jp!  Lots of other reasons it looks like

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