Can you do something similar with the default backup repository? I guess I could look through the PowerShell cmdlets
Is there a reason why we shouldn't delete the default proxy or default repository? I get that you guys say it's a bad idea, but why is it a bad idea? If I create my own repositories & proxies, then unless there's a compelling reason to not remove them, I should be able to.
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