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This was sort of answered on this thread:
Seems logical that you would jsut backup then restore locally but there may be pitfalls to watch out for. Certainly, it would probably be a good idea to match installed modules and versions of the software between the online and local installations.
If you ahve a fresh local installation then you can try it and see how it goes. Please do report your success or failure back on this forum because I am sure that many (including me) will want to know your results. Thanks.
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