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Add parameter to the OPRestore command to perform the restore without including the Database
Case TS000882074 By policy , the OPBackup command is executed once a month, the app-nodb parameter is used so that the database is not included in the backup because it already has its own backup policy. This same process can not be performed for the restore because according to the PRM TS000882074 indicates with the OPRestore command, the manifest-only parameter can be used, but i would have to manually execute the following:: 1. Restore the openpages-storage 2. Restore system files
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