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Rebuilds the specified WorkSpaces.

Rebuilding a WorkSpace is a potentially destructive action that can result in the loss of data. Rebuilding a WorkSpace causes the following to occur:

The system is restored to the image of the bundle that the WorkSpace is

created from. Any applications that have been installed, or system settings that have been made since the WorkSpace was created will be lost.

The data drive (D drive) is re-created from the last automatic snapshot

taken of the data drive. The current contents of the data drive are overwritten. Automatic snapshots of the data drive are taken every 12 hours, so the snapshot can be as much as 12 hours old.

To be able to rebuild a WorkSpace, the WorkSpace must have a State of


This operation is asynchronous and returns before the WorkSpaces have been

completely rebuilt.