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Volume Revert Operations

Updated: January 27, 2011

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

You can use shadow copies to return a volume to the state it was in when a shadow copy was created. When you revert a volume, all changes made to files and folders on the volume after the point in time when the shadow copy was created are lost.

Events

Event ID Source Message

61

VolSnap

The revert operation on volume %2 encountered a bad sector error.  Please validate the data on this volume.

62

VolSnap

The revert operation on volume %2 stopped because of the loss of a volume.  When the volume is re-introduced, the revert will continue.  You may have to reboot to trigger the revert.

64

VolSnap

Volume %2 is being reverted to the state of a previous shadow copy.

65

VolSnap

The reverting of volume %2 is being restarted. This is most likely because of a system shutdown or a system crash.

66

VolSnap

The reverting of volume %2 to the state of a previous shadow copy is complete.

Related Management Information

Shadow Copies of Shared Folders

File Services

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