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Deleting a file on a windows 2000 server

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When a user deletes a file that is located on his local machine it gets put in the recycle bin.

What happens to folders/files that a resides on the server that a user deletes. It does not appear to get put into the recycle bin on either the server or the local machine.

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by timwalsh In reply to Deleting a file on a wind ...

That is correct. Whenever a file is deleted remotely, it is not placed in the Recycle Bin. This is designed behavior. Have not read any reasons (good or otherwise) from Microsoft as to why it was designed that way.

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by mike.crain In reply to Deleting a file on a wind ...

I have not seen a good reason, but I saw that Novell and Executive have options to "undelete" them. Don't really know how it works though.

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