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No local partitions have SIS installed.
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As per ME263027, to successfully restore a SIS-managed volume, the SIS/Groveler must be running and attached to the volume to which you are restoring data. If it is not, any non-SIS-linked files will still be accessible, but SIS-linked files will not be accessible, and they will appear to be corrupted. The name and size of a SIS-linked file will appear as normal. However, the file will be a zero-length file because it will not have access to the data it should contain. See ME263027 for information on how to restore a volume that is managed by Single Instance Storage (SIS).
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