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Anthony Brixey
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Message 25091 - Posted: 11 Sep 2004, 13:23:55 UTC

I altered the ‘Keep enough work on disk to last between’ to ‘0 and 0 days’ to stop any work from being downloaded to clear the work units, but it didn’t work. I have found out what I should have done in these Q&A’s. Now on the General preferences page the ‘Keep enough work on disk to last between’ has gone and has been replaced by ‘Connect to network about every’. My question is how can I get the ‘Keep enough work on disk to last between’ back.

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Message 25146 - Posted: 11 Sep 2004, 16:03:49 UTC

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Message 25157 - Posted: 11 Sep 2004, 16:28:21 UTC
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If you want work for 2 days, just put in Connect to network about every the number 2.

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