files removes the data from both the backup-to-disk folder and the
disk, and removes the file references from the catalog. However,
the backup-to-disk file remains for use with future backup jobs.
You cannot restore the data after you erase it. If you want to
remove data from Backup Exec and restore it later, delete the file
from the Media view.
Unlike other types of
devices, when you erase a file from a backup-to-disk folder you
cannot choose whether to perform a quick erase or a long erase.
Backup Exec performs only a quick erase on backup-to-disk files in
cannot restore the data that you erase. Before you erase files, be
sure that you no longer need them.
To erase a backup-to-disk file
On the navigation bar,
Expand the icon for the
computer where the backup-to-disk folder is located.
Folders, click the backup-to-disk folder that contains the file you
want to erase.
On the Results pane,
select the file you want to erase.
Under Media Tasks in the
task pane, select Erase media,
Click OK to continue.
Click Yes, or if more than one file was
selected, click Yes to
Select the appropriate
options as follows:
Type a name for the job or accept the default name.
Select the priority for the job.
The following options are available:
If you want a person or
group to be notified when the job completes, on the Properties
pane, under Settings, click Notification and select the options you