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where are the file repositories for each project?  
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We are getting an error when we try to restore our projects into our new ALM instance: Messages:Failed to restore project. Failed to load data from EXTENSIONS table of project What could be the cause of this error?
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Hello. I have configured an application link in MF Connect, to synchronize defects between ALM and Jira, and when I try to start the connection, I receive the message displayed below. There are no enabled projects for this connection.
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Hello, We are currently running into a point where we are going to be low on repository space on our hard drive. If we decide to have projects archived, how challenging is it to recover the information at a later date if needed and if we move to a new version? Thanks, HomerJ
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Hi, I am new to the site admin side of things and unfamiliar with lots of its functionality but I am learning. I have been tasked with trying to prepare our projects prior to our planned upgrade. I was told by the prior admin before they left the company that it is recommended to run the verificatio...
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We are planing our ALM server (we actually have the ALM licence instead of Enterprise) and the question came up about creating a "growing" project that will contain "everything" vs breaking it down into many smaller projects.
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I have projects A and B, and I would like to find out who is accessing project A, and who is accessing project B. I would also like to know who is accessing both projects A and B at any given time. How can I do this?
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Hello, We are having low storage issues and some of the projects we are using are very old. We are wondering what is the best practice recommendation for archiving/ backing up our old projects should we ever need to recover them? Thanks in advance, HomerJ
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We are trying to deactivate projects that have not used for more than 6 month. Can you tell how to identify projects via ALM Administration or via backend where there was no login activity in the past 6 months, please?
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