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  • The reason they were put in is because it was too easy to ‘accidentlly’ pull back entire tables – which can be resource intensive on large tables. So, if you reset these, be careful – you may be opening the door to unnecessary resource hits on SQL.

  • The reason they were put in is because it was too easy to ‘accidentlly’ pull back entire tables – which can be resource intensive on large tables. So, if you reset these, be careful – you may be opening the door to unnecessary resource hits on SQL.

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