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    Exclamation Restore directories not visible in GUI

    When I start the GUI on a 6.2 client and select Restore, the directory structure listed does not match what was backed up (dsmsched.log). I can do CLI restores for the 'missing' directories but the GUI will not see them. Has anyone seen this before? I have asked IBM but no response so far...

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    Hi, Doug!

    Do you have a DIRMC setting in your dsm.opt file? If so, is the management class to which it is pointing of a shorter retention period than the management class to which your files are bound to?

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    due to retention issue, you were not able to see the directories in GUI.

    try command line --- it works
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