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Windows 7: Using vssadmin command line to store Restore files on the DATA drive

23 Jan 2014   #21

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 Windows 8.1 Pro

Kari - I agree - I also have W8.1 Pro on this machine - I understand you have info to move the users folder in 8.1? - Anyway, thanks to you and Whs for helping me out - You are the GREATEST!!!!! Papa John

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