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Also, I originally seeded this from a backup job since it is offsite, could/should I go in and edit the job now and remove the checkbox for the Low connection bandwidth (enable replica seeding)? Or should I leave it alone? Also, I am planning on removing that disk I used to seed as we bought that just to get the data from here to there and I would like to bring it back to the HQ so I wanted to make sure I wasn't going to break the job at all removing the original drive it seeded from.
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Regarding your second question, yes, you can edit the replication job to remove the seed settings, if you wish, and remove the disk used for the initial seeding. This shouldn't break your replication job.
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