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When your backup has successfully completed, Windows Backup will indicate the status. Click Close.

Your backup is complete! Remove the backup media (if applicable) and store it in a secure location.

If the destination device that you select for your backup does not support security permissions (which is likely), a warning will appear indicating that other people may be able to access your backup data if they have physical access to the destination device. You should store your backups in a secure place (such as a lockable fireproof cabinet, a personal safe, or a bank safe deposit box).

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