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Behavior on next backup if Move-VBOEntityData is aborted

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If you abort a Move-VBOEntityData job before it finishes, and then proceed to run a backup using the same repository that was in use before the Move-VBOEntityData job was started, would VBM365 simply re-download any data that is finds is no longer in the repo due to it having been move out to another report?
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Re: Behavior on next backup if Move-VBOEntityData is aborted

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Hi,

Correct, data that has been already moved will be re-downloaded (if the job still contains those objects).
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Re: Behavior on next backup if Move-VBOEntityData is aborted

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Follow up to the above.

The repo's mentioned are Snapshot based set to 1 year. For any data that Move-VBOEntityData moved out of the source repo, after the re-download from M365, it's very likely that some data that used to be in the source repo (before Move-VBOEntityData was run) is now missing (ie. items deleted from the mailbox within the 1 year period).

After that re-download occurs, If you run Move-VBOEntityData with source repo being the one that has the "partial data" from the first move, and the target being the original source repo (that has since had a re-download from M365), will any missing data from historical snapshots get moved?
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