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    Hi ,

    We are having SQL backup which is registered with 15 days retention domain.

    Customer want to retain some previous backed up version (full & diffe) data for 30 days.

    If i associate that node with newly crated 31 days retention domain, can i retain that inactive sql data for 31 days?

    What is the best way to extend the backed up data?

    New domain:
    Versions Data Exists: No Limit
    Versions Data Deleted: No Limit
    Retain Extra Versions: 31
    Retain Only Version: 31

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaaha85 View Post
    ... can i retain that inactive sql data for 31 days? ...
    Short answer: No
    If Microsoft is the answer, I want my problem back!

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    Retention does not work backwards.
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