If a file is deleted from the host we are protecting, it will in turn be deleted from the Metiix Cloud corresponding with whatever retention policy has been set for the files on that host server.

Example: if a file is deleted from the host server at 3:05 pm on the 18th a of a given month, and a 162 day hold policy has been set, then the data pertaining to that file will be deleted from the Metiix Cloud 162 days from that time stamp.


Modified about 4 years ago

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