YuJa Archive Restoration

YuJa Archive Process:

The YuJa archival process occurs approximately six weeks after every semester ends.

Below are the conditions for content to be archived:

  • Instructor Recordings: Instructor recordings that have had no views for two years will be moved to archive storage. 
  • Student Recordings: Student recordings will be kept active for one full semester after the end of the semester it was recorded in. 
  • YuJa Proctoring Recordings: After the end of every semester all YuJa proctoring recordings for the semester will be moved to archive storage.

Moving recordings to archive storage will break the links, however users can restore the content to YuJa active content as needed.

All student and instructor recordings that have been moved to archive storage and have not been restored to active content will be permanently deleted after one year of being in archive storage.  All YuJa proctor recordings that have not been restored to active content will be permanently deleted after three months of being in archive storage.  After that time, those recordings will no longer be available to be restored.

Restore Content from YuJa Archive:

Users are able to restore content to their My Media area of YuJa for active use by following the steps outlined in the following video or the directions below the video.

  1. To do this, log into your YuJa account.  On the left side menu, there should be an Archive section with a My Archive folder. 
  2. Select the My Archive folder and you will then see all the recordings that have been moved to archive storage. 
YuJa archive restoration steps 1 and 2
  1. If you hover the video you would like restored there will be a Restore option.
    • When you click the option, the recordings will be restored to your My Media content.
    • Please note that the restore process may take as long as two to four days, depending on current processing load of the archive storage service.
YuJa archive restoration step 3

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Article ID: 139908
Created
Fri 6/3/22 10:21 AM
Modified
Wed 6/15/22 8:50 AM