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> The guys who decided not to include your files in
> the backup should be taken out and publically flogged-
Hi, Geoff...knowing what you know because of what I included in the
post, it makes sense to do the backing up, and be upset, and all that
stuff that you said. However, knowing what I know that didn't include
in the post, the intention of the enviromnentn was never there to
have that enviromment backed up in the first place. Its more a
testing enviromment. The whole point of my post was not to evaluate
how the system is being managed, but to setup the background that
described why I had to do what I did.
BTW...application support has made some concessions for me to assure
that this won't happen again.
And to respond to Castro's post...no, the loss was my server
enviromment, not my content files. I back up my work every night
between my laptop and my desktop
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