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From my understanding, the -RetainUtmBackups 2 option will keep all the transaction logs for the last two backups which should allow me to specify an arbitrary time between the full backups to do a restore - is this correct?
I only ask as when I attempt to do this it doesn't let me, I only have the option to restore from the daily backup snapshot.
Thanks for the link but I'm still not clearer on what -retainutmbackups actually does - does it keep a copy of the transaction logs even though they're being truncated by the full backups? Given the PowerShell command I posted why can I not restore to a specific point in time from the last two days as I have '-retainutmbackups 2'