Data entegrity settings-shared folders

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Data entegrity settings-shared folders

Cyberwasp

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As time goes on I learn more and more. I was recently watching a video on daata scrubbing. In of which it stated that if a shared folderr does not have data integrity enabled that it would be skipped by the scrubbing routine.

Apparently you can't enable it after the fact. So, I took my surveilance aspp and remove all instances. I then reinstalled it and made sure to enabled Data Integrity. However when I checked it again states that it's not enabled. Any Ideas??TIA
 

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