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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Inside Out To correct the problem you might need to cancel the operation, perform a corrective action, and then issue a new operation. You cancel a waiting operation by right-clicking it and then selecting Cancel Request.
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When there are two or more mount operations waiting, you can change the order of the operations to allow priority operations to proceed ahead of other operations. To do this, right-click the waiting mount operation you want to manipulate, then select Re-Order Mounts. This displays the Change Mount Order dialog box. The current order of the mount operation is shown. The options available allow you to do one of the following:
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Move the mount operation to the end of the queue, which ensures it is run after exist-
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move the operation ahead of or behind other operations without making it the highest or lowest priority When you are finished changing mount operations, click OK.
Controlling When Operations Are Deleted
By default, completed, canceled, and failed operations are deleted from the work queue after 72 hours. You can control when operations are deleted by using one of the following methods:
Deleting individual operations Deleting all operations
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You can delete operations individually by rightclicking them and then selecting Delete.
To delete all completed, canceled, and failed operations, right-click Work Queue, select Properties, then click Delete All Now. To change the automatic deletion time, follow these steps:
Reconfiguring automatic deletion times
1 Right-click Work Queue, then select Properties. This displays the dialog box shown in Figure 23-7. 2 To stop automatic deletion of all operations, clear the Automatically Delete Completed Requests option, and complete the process by clicking OK.
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Figure 23-7. You can control when operations are deleted from the queue by using the Work Queue Properties dialog box.
3 To enable automatic deletion, select the Automatically Delete Completed Requests option. Completed requests will now be deleted automatically. 4 Select Delete Failed Requests to delete failed requests automatically as well. Or to save failed requests, select Keep Failed Requests. 5 In the Delete After settings, change the deletion interval using the Hours and Minutes boxes. The default is 72 hours. 6 Click OK.
Using the Operator Requests Queue
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Operator Requests is the area where Removable Storage displays the status of requests that need the attention of administrators or Backup Operators. You access Operator Requests by expanding Removable Storage and then clicking Operator Requests in the console tree. Each entry in the queue represents a task that you or another operator must perform. These requests are issued by Removable Storage or a compliant application for operations that are performed manually, such as inserting a cleaning cartridge, inserting offline tapes, or servicing a library. Each request has a specific state, which indicates the status of the request. You can respond to requests by either completing or refusing them. By default, completed or refused requests stay in the queue for 72 hours.
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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Inside Out To help you track the status of requests, all requests are listed according to their current state. Request states include the following:
Completed Refused
Request was completed as specified by an operator or detected by Removable Storage. To mark a request as completed, right-click it, and select Complete. Request was refused by an operator and will not be performed. To mark a request as refused, right-click it, and then select Refuse. Removable Storage or a compliant application submitted the request and is waiting for an operator to handle the request.
Submitted
Notifying Operators of Requests
By default, Removable Storage is configured to notify operators of requests. Notifications are sent to the local system by the Messenger service and as an icon that appears on the Windows taskbar. If you aren t receiving these notifications, these features might have been disabled. You can reenable operator notification by right-clicking Removable Storage in Computer Management and then selecting Properties. This displays the Properties dialog box shown in Figure 23-8. Select one of the following notification options:
To receive requests by the Messenger service, select Display Operator Request Dialogs. To display an icon on the Windows taskbar when requests are waiting, select Use Status
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