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AuGL
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Cleaning up Replication jobs

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Hello everyone,

I haven't worked with or used the Replication feature in Veeam before, hence my question here.

Someone previously setup a Replication job on a Veeam server, that is working fine. The Failover Plan and Replica's are in a ready state. We no longer have a need for the replica's or the replication job.

What is the correct process to remove the replication job, remove the replica's and remove the failover plan? Do I just right-click each one and select "Delete", or should I be doing something else to clean this up?

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Re: Cleaning up Replication jobs

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Hey there... that is pretty much it. Once you remove the job and Failover Plan you can right click and Delete from disk.

This should remove it from the target Host.
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Re: Cleaning up Replication jobs

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OK thanks I'll give it a go.

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