A recovery point set can
contain multiple recovery points created over time that you can
delete to reclaim storage space.
The Delete Points option
lets you delete all of the recovery points created between the
first recovery point and last recovery point in the set.
careful about which recovery points you choose to delete. You could
inadvertently lose data. For example, you create a new document,
which is captured in the third recovery point in a recovery point
set. You then accidentally delete the file, which is captured by
the fourth recovery point. If you delete the third recovery point,
you permanently lose the version of the file that was backed up. If
you are unsure, you should explore the contents of a recovery point
before you delete it.
You can manually select
which recovery points to remove, if you know which recovery points
that you want to keep within a set.
To delete recovery points within a set
On the Tools page, click
Select the recovery point
set that you want to delete, and then click Delete.
Do one of the
To automatically delete all but the first and last
recovery point in the set, click Automatic.
To manually select which recovery points in the set
to delete, click Manual,
and then select the recovery points you want to delete.
To delete all the recovery points in the set you
selected, click Delete all recovery
points in the set.