Canceling WU's

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Message 678051 - Posted: 15 Nov 2007, 1:42:28 UTC

I have a computer which has "gone south" for the winter and won't be back up for months. I have 3 work units on it due in late December. I hate to leave them hanging. Is there a way for me to have them 'canceled' or otherwise returned to the pot?

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Message 678119 - Posted: 15 Nov 2007, 6:13:09 UTC - in response to Message 678051.  

I have a computer which has "gone south" for the winter and won't be back up for months. I have 3 work units on it due in late December. I hate to leave them hanging. Is there a way for me to have them 'canceled' or otherwise returned to the pot?

Thanx, BILL

No, they will just have to time out naturally. The only way to abort a WU is from the computer they were sent to.

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Message 678401 - Posted: 15 Nov 2007, 21:18:54 UTC

Thank you kindly. I was afraid of that.

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