Virginia's centralized information technology superagency is continuing work to restore an outage that left several state agencies unable to do their work.
The Virginia Information Technologies Agency says it will be bringing services up throughout the day Friday after maintenance and repair work was completed overnight. At least two dozen agencies were affected by the Wednesday afternoon crash.
More than 60 percent of the servers attached to the state's storage system have been fixed and are operational as of 10 a.m. State agencies are testing those servers.
But officials say the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles still can't process driver's licenses and some other agencies continue to be impacted.
Full function may not be restored until Monday.
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