How to Reprocess Files in ESI Desktop

How to Reprocess Files in ESI Desktop

If you need to reprocess any of your files due to incomplete processing because a session died, internet was interrupted or for any reason, or you needed to stop processing for any reason you can reprocess any file or files by clicking on the "Reprocess Data" icon on your tool bar.


When you open this option for that Client, you will have a list of all of the items that have been previously imported. 

To reimport those files, simply click the box(es) and click "Reprocess" at the bottom right of your screen. 


ESI Desktop will pick up where it left off and continue to process and upload data from the file(s). 
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