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|27 Apr 2012||#1|
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Should System Protection be Enabled on a Data partition?
What opinions do others have about enabling System Protection on a separate Data partition (D)?
I do not recommend this normally because System Restore only restores OS and Programs anyway, so why have it possibly interfere with keeping the latest data set intact on D in case C needs Restore or Reimaging.
I may be missing something. What do others think about this?
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