Vault doesn't care what copy it is. To make sure that it's what you want
and not other data mixed in, setup a different volume pool for these
backups to go to. Then setup an eject step that pulls from this pool only
and that should take care of it.


On Fri, Apr 26, 2013 at 12:41 PM, <> wrote:

> I have a requirement where a remote division of ours is replicating a
> Windows file server to our location via DFS.  We are backing up that server
> already, but wish to do special backups in order to satisfy some ISO
> compliance guidelines.  I want to send these copies offisite at their given
> intervals (weekly, monthly, annually).  If I create a vault, I assume it is
> going to want to duplicate these copies, which is what I don't want.  Is
> there any way to vault the primary copies when it comes time to send them
> offsite?
> Thank you for the help in advance,
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