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Help needed..., about how to Restore Domino´s NFS information after IMPORT NODE

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Good afternoon
I have the following issue..., my client needs to restore some DOMINO´s files backups.
The information of that node, was exported by an EXPORT NODE and when he import it later (IMPORT NODE), obviously the imported information was restored to another FILESPACE (because the original one already existed).
Now, when I try to access this information, from the WEB client, when I select the node, in NFS Domain, I can only see the original FILESPACE (the data I need are in a new filespace, whose name ends in something like "1").

So, what would be the procedure that would allow me to access the new Filespace?

Would I have to rename and swap the names of the Filespaces (the production one and the imported one), retrieve what I am interested in and then restore the names again or would there be another easier solution?

As always, thank you very much for your time...
Best regards...
 

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