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Greetings,

I wish to back up certain information in case I reinstall Macrium and/or my entire system. I currently backup my definitions and my logs. I wish to back up my schedules as well.

I read somewhere that the schedules for a definition are in the definition file. I just reinstalled my definitions in a new system, but there are no schedules. Would anyone know which
file(s) to backup so I can restore my schedules in future, if necessary?

Thanks for this,
Graham
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This topic I posted awhile back may be helpful:  https://forum.macrium.com/62332/Reflect-Schedules-Default-Storage-Location


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Edited 3 December 2022 1:24 PM by capair45
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Schedules are not in the XML files themselves. But if you go to the Scheduled Backups tab, you can select one or more schedules (use Ctrl-click for multiple selections, and choose the XML file name row to select all schedules under it) and then click the Export button.
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Thanks to you both for your help
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You're welcome!


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