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I am revamping my Retrospect configuration but have one backup set which cannot be deleted because Retrospect insists on grooming it. I reformatted the disks it is looking for and if I cancel I get a permanent "cancelling" status. i.e. In the Execution window it says "Grooming: Cancelling Execution ..." and stays that way.


I tried completely removing the sofware using Windows control panel and then reinstalling but to my fury the freshly installed software immediately opens and tries to groom the same backup set again!!!!!


How do I force either the grooming attempts to stop or how do I force the removal of the one remaining backup set? There must be some configuration files somewhere which did not get removed with an uninstall.


Thanks for the help: Brad



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