Is there a way to automatically ignore failed files during a restore? For example..... You create an image of data files and validate the image. At some time for whatever reason you need to restore the image. Unknown to you the source contained files that won't restore e.g. "filename to long". Currently when the restore process encounters such a file it stops and displays an error message with an option to "Ignore". This of course means that you have to babysit the restore so that you can click "Ignore" every time one of these files are encounted. Does TI9 have a setting that will enable the restore to run and simply write the path of all the ignored files to a log? You could then let the restore run unattended. At the end of the restore TI could display a message that X number of files were not restored. You could then browse the log and see if any of these files were important. In the real world these "failed" files are seldom important, 90% of them are URL's with very long filenames which inevitably end up in the users data folders. The real irritation is that TI will happily backup and validate files which the restore process throws out. Consistency between TI backup, validate and restore would be really nice. Or have I missed something really simple here?