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Topic # 112708 17-Dec-2012 23:05
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I have shadow protect on my computers at home. I have about 900GB as full images for my PC, and then incremental and I meant to set it up as a monthly job but set it up as a weekly. It won't allow me to change it, is there a way that I can change it or do I need to delete the old backups and recreate and re-backup the 900GB the first time again? 

I am running the latest version.

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  Reply # 734054 18-Dec-2012 06:38
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You will need to recreate it. Not too much of a biggie since it will currently be doing the full backup weekly anyway.

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  Reply # 743363 11-Jan-2013 15:35
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You could try re-creating the job, and move the incremental files into another folder. ShadowProtect is pretty good at reading backup files and may be smart enough to simply re-use the current .spf.

I havent tried it, but give that a go if you havent already.

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