A customer wants revert from 7.7.0-725 to be 7.5.2-303. The revert option only shows 7.7.0-710 and 7.7.0-725 to be available. Does anyone know the best way to revert to 7.5.2-303 from 7.7.0-725? Is it possible that 7.5.2-303 will appear in the list, if they successfully revert to 7.7.0-710? Thanks.
You should be able to revert back two revisions. If the revision is still there, and not cleared/removed from the appliance - then it should show. You should not need to revert back one version in order to then see the second (earlier) version in the listing.
If the earlier version is NOT listed, then it would not be still present, and then not able to be loaded.
I hope this helps!
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